Founded in 1918, the North American Chilean Chamber of Commerce has been for 97 years a bridge fostering business between Chile and the United States. Based in New York City, the Chamber is a network of influential executives, innovative ideas and exclusive opportunities for your business. Leveraging on our senior level of top executives from finance, retail, transportation and service industries, and government representatives, the Chamber can help you achieve your goals.
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@NACChamberNY:Join us on November 19, 2015 for the Chamber's next luncheon seminar: "Intellectual Property Rights in Chile" by... https://t.co/F9JW9YTjxc
Annual Gala Dinner 2015
Mr. Nicholas Shea Founder, eClass, Cumplo, Start-Up Chile, Asociación de Emprendedores de Chile (ASECH), 2015 Innovative Entrepreneur. Ms. Kathleen C. Barclay President AMCHAM Chile
2015 Executive of the Year.
Since opening in 2009, the striking installations at the Gabriela Mistral mine—or Minera Gaby—have been a source of praise for their innovative approach to mining and community development. More recently, Gaby has drawn the attention of scholars and government officials as an unconventional yet practical example of how climate-change-related measures are not only necessary, but also can be economically convenient.
On August 13, the United States and Chile will reaffirm their commitment to work together to protect the environment at the seventh meeting of the United States - Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Environmental Affairs Council (Council) and the fifth meeting of the United States - Chile Environmental Cooperation Agreement Joint Commission for Environmental Cooperation (Commission) in Washington, D.C.
Mini-Silicon Valleys are sprouting in Latin America, especially in Chili and Colombia, where a combination of government initiatives, investment, and homegrown entrepreneurs are beginning to foment an economic transformation. Here's why Chili and Colombia are beginning to stand out in Latin American tech entrepreneurship.
Chile, meanwhile, has a successful startup program of its own, Start-Up Chile, which offers entrepreneurs the equivalent of about $40,000 US dollars in seed capital for their startups.