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A decade of AmCham

The American Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic, an integral part of the active business community in Slovakia, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Through the years, AmCham Slovakia has hosted a multitude of Business Breakfasts, Business Cocktails, conferences, job fairs, business luncheons, and round-table discussions for its members. Two of its most popular annual events are its Independence Day and Thanksgiving celebrations.

The American Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic, an integral part of the active business community in Slovakia, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

Through the years, AmCham Slovakia has hosted a multitude of Business Breakfasts, Business Cocktails, conferences, job fairs, business luncheons, and round-table discussions for its members. Two of its most popular annual events are its Independence Day and Thanksgiving celebrations.

Some memorable events that the Amcham has brought to Slovakia over the past decade include a luncheon with media mogul Steve Forbes (2003) and a live, televised debate with major Slovak politicians called Slovak Elections 2002: An Economic Perspective.

Behind the scenes, AmCham has also extensively monitored and evaluated various legislative issues and worked directly with the Slovak government in the formation of proposed legislation.

The Annual General Assembly of the AmCham on April 23 will be followed by a very special programme and video presentation covering the 10-year history of the chamber, to be held at Reštaurácia Reduta (Medená 3) in Bratislava.

The evening of April 24 will feature a festive banquet and lively entertainment at Stará Tržnica (Nám. SNP) in Bratislava to celebrate AmCham's 10th anniversary and Slovakiaşs entry into the European Union.

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact AmCham at 02/5464 0534 or anniversary@amcham.sk.

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