Representing you on all fronts
The leading foreign business organization in Russia, effectively advocating the trade and investment interests of over 600 member companies
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AmCham SPb Events
Welcome Aboard!
  • Renaissance St. Petersburg Baltic Hotel & Courtyard by Marriott St. Petersburg Vasilievsky Hotel

  • Luxoft

  • Treves - Ergon

  • Linxdatacenter

  • Anglo-American School of St Petersburg

  • Heineken Breweries

  • St Petersburg State University Alumni Association

  • Sea Fishing Port LLC

  • Quantenna Communications

  • Sperasoft Studios

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Advocacy

We work to facilitate your business and to reduce the bureaucratic burden on your operations by presenting your issues to government and business decision-makers.

  • Advocating members' interests to the government at all levels
  • Representing your views to the U.S. Government through close working relationship with the U.S. Consulate General in St. Petersburg
  • Documenting the issues of critical importance to our member-companies and sending these concerns to appropriate government officials
  • Ongoing dialogue with authorities at all levels
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AmCham meeting with St. Petersburg V. Matvienko (left)
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Investment & Legal Committee meeting with St. Petersburg Vice Governor V. Molchanov (left)
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AmCham meeting with Lenenergo directors
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Tax Committee meeting with L. Polezharova of FTS (right)
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"WANTED: Blue Collar" roundtable with St. Petersburg Vice Governor M. Oseyevsky (3rd right) and Leningrad Oblast Vice Governor G. Dvas (2nd right)
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AmCham Annual Meeting '05 with L. Lozbenko, deputy head, Federal Customs Service, as keynote speaker
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Breakfast briefing with C. Gutierrez, U.S. Trade Secretary
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Breakfast briefing with K. Polyakov, chair, Leningrad Oblast Legislative Assembly
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Customs & Transportation Committee meeting with Northwest Customs heads