About NIGERIAN-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
NIGERIAN-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, nigerian diaspora NIGERIAN-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Chamber has a strong advocacy role. While it does not influence legislature directly, it constantly lends its voice and positive direction to relevant legislations. These days it often partners with Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, (MAN), Chamber of Commerce Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) in making demand for improved business environment. Numerical growth is not the Chamber’s priority rather it is interested in the quality of members, those who understand the objectives and goal of a typical bilateral Chamber and thus willing to fully participate in its activities. Membership falls into different Categories of A, B ,C and D , based on share capital / turnover. The Chamber has been blessed with dedicated and committed successive leadership since inception. Their competence, drive and dedication to the cause of the Chamber have been responsible for the immense success of the chamber throughout its history. Multinational corporations like Mobil, Gulf Oil (Now Chevron), Texaco, Arthur Anderson (now Accenture), American International Insurance Company (AIICO) and Foremost Dairies have played tremendous role in the growth of the Chamber. In recent times multinationals like Coca-Cola, MTN, and Access bank have joined the above companies in consistently supporting the chamber. 53 years on, The Nigeria-American Chamber of Commerce has grown into a dynamic organization. It stands as a pillar of the relationship between United States of America and Nigeria, serving as an important catalyst in bringing together people and ideals to bolster bilateral commercial relations. It has witnessed dramatic changes as they evolve in Nigeria, Africa and the world culminating in a flourishing healthy trade and commercial relations between the United States and Nigeria thereby promoting the creation of wealth and prosperity not only to its members but also to the citizens of the two countries. It is indeed a valuable Bridge between the business sectors of Nigeria and United State of America. Please click here to read our objectives.
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