About the Central China Chapter
The Central China Chapter was initially founded on November 20, 2008, the same day as the opening of the US Consulate General in Wuhan. Over the years, the Central China Chapter has been played a crucial role in the economic and business development of Central China regions. We have numerous multinational member companies including GE, Cummins, McDonald, Shui On Land, and have also enrolled a number of SMEs as loyal and supportive member companies.
We take an active part in US Consulate General events and hold Consul General updates on a regular basis, as well as maintaining a close relationship with the commercial department of the provincial and municipal government respectively, and providing great networking and service for our Central China members.
Our working groups provide our members with the ability to:
- Share information and ideas specific to their industry
- Meet like-minded people for professional or personal progression
- Network and develop new business relationships
- Influence the business environment through advocacy and awareness
The Central China Chapter’s working groups include the Chinese Government Affairs Committee and the Training Forum.
AmCham China Central China Chapter has a variety of membership categories to serve companies of all sizes, working in all industries and sectors in the Central China region, furthering the Chamber’s nationwide mission to help American companies succeed in China through advocacy, information, networking, and business support services.
LDi Leadership Formation Services, Wuhan Yangtze International School
Synopsys Software Information (Wuhan) Co., Ltd.
Wuhan Shui On Tiandi Property Development Co. Ltd.
T&J Technology LCC.
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