Buoyant members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Afghanistan, the American University of Afghanistan, and the U.S. diplomatic corps gathered for the annual Spring Fling in the rose garden of the home of Drs. Michael and Elspeth Smith in Kabul to celebrate another successful year of partnership and growth.
Held in the Rooftop Room of Kabul’s Q Hotel, the American Chamber’s ‘New Members and Old Friends Luncheon’ welcomed a full house of top business men and women in Afghanistan to learn about new and expanding enterprise.
Job fairs are well known to the U.S. private sector, and, now that the American University of Afghanistan has held a record 6thCareer Day, the event is firmly established in the calendars of AmCham/Af members.
Doing Business in Afghanistan
Our mission is to promote American business interest in Afghanistan by providing a forum in which American business executives and business executives with American interests may identify, discuss, and pursue common aims. The AmCham/Af commits itselfe to the expansion of commerce between the United States and Afghanistan.
Major American corporations conduct growing, profitable businesses in Afghanistan. Seasoned Afghan businesses that have been engaged for a decade with American companies have expanded their businesses and developed highly skilled work forces and operations.
Economic growth creates stability and optimism. There is enormous room for increased American and joint venture business in the country, and the transitional years represent prime opportunities for the private sector to enter the market. To grow jobs here and in America, consider investing in Afghanistan.