The Israel-America Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Israel) established in 1965, is a voluntary organization of Israeli and American companies and individuals led by Chairperson Oren Sagi and Honorary Chairperson, U.S. Ambassador to Israel.

Since its inception, the Chamber has been dedicated to the promotion and enhancement of two-way trade and investment between Israel and the U.S.

The Chamber is the largest binational chamber in Israel and the exclusive local representative of the Washington, DC-based U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Representing the U.S. Chamber facilitates the promotion of business and government with a goal of strengthening the economy.

Member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

We are the exclusive local representative of the world's largest business organization – the Washington-based U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the umbrella organization of some 3,000 local chambers (more than three million businesses and organizations across the U.S.). Our Chamber is a member of the European Council of American Chambers of Commerce (ECACC), linking 46 American Chambers of Commerce (AmChams) from 44 countries throughout Europe and Eurasia.

Vital Role in the Fostering and Promotion of Trade

American corporations regard the AmCham as a vital and dynamic factor instrumental in fostering and promotion of trade and the logical point of contact for any initiative regarding business with Israel.

Close Government Networking

Close government networking ensures ongoing contact with U.S. and Israeli authorities on commercial, economic and legal issues to provide insight and react to upcoming legislation. 

Our Services for Members

  • A fast-track visa process to the U.S.
  • Assisting U.S. companies in locating counterparts in Israel, focusing on their specific requirements and business needs.

  • Linking American firms and Israeli business data companies for the purpose of providing market analysis, work plans and performance measurement reports, broken down by regions, sectors, etc. Trade leads provided directly by Israeli and American companies and by other organizations and government entities.

  • Advocacy on behalf of U.S. companies to ensure that they have easy and effective access to the dynamic Israeli markets.

  • Organizing, coordinating, collaborating and participating in a diversity of meetings, trade missions, seminars and conferences to inform members and address issues relevant to their business.
  • Publishing a newsletter containing updates on Chamber activities, news and business opportunities.

  • Updated Chamber website available to everyone online.

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