AmCham is the “Voice of American Business” in Vietnam – led by a dynamic Board of Governors, dedicated Committee Chairs, and a team of professional staff advocating and working on your behalf. Our members formulate positions on trade and investment policy that are heard by both governments. We are affiliated with over 100 world-wide AmChams and more than three million businesses represented by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, DC.
Members receive a listing in the annual AmCham Vietnam Membership Directory – the most comprehensive listing of American business in Vietnam. The Directory provides interested parties with immediate access to a diverse group of highly qualified professionals, who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to any company, NGO, or individual considering doing business in Vietnam, and is a “who’s who” of the international business community in Vietnam. You will also receive a complimentary copy of the Directory to use for networking, marketing and business information.
Make friends and business contacts at AmCham social events, like the AmCham Gala, sports-viewing events, American Independence Day, golf weekends, networking happy hours, and off-site weekends like the famous AmCham Networking Weekend in Hoian.
Membership Discount Card
Receive the prestigious and valuable AmCham Hanoi Membership Discount Card, offering a wide range of value-added, discounted goods and services, and preferred rates at over 120 business establishments in Vietnam.
Professional Development / Networking
Attend high-profile AmCham networking events including breakfasts, briefing luncheons, happy hours, conferences, and committee meetings to increase your knowledge of business activity and government policy. Members always receive reduced prices to AmCham events, and many of our events are free for members.
Read by the most influential people in Vietnam, the weekly AmCham e-Journal, with news of interest to members, upcoming events, changes in our business community and updated news about doing business in Vietnam which provide insider’s view of Vietnam’s economy. The e-Journal is emailed exclusively to AmCham members every Monday.
Join our annual trip to Washington, DC each June as representatives from AmCham Vietnam go to lobby Congress and the Administration on issues important to American business in Vietnam.
Each Spring, AmCham measures member attitudes on a variety of issues related to doing business in Vietnam. Results are shared and compared with AmChams in the region, the US Chamber of Commerce, mass media and others.
Members meet in smaller groups to discuss issues of importance with other members in their business or NGO sector. The committees meet each month and often host guest speakers for in-depth discussions.