Established in 1973, The American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (AmCham Singapore) is the premier business association for international businesses seeking to establish or expand their presence in Southeast Asia.
As the largest and most active chamber in the region, it serves as a cornerstone for over 600 companies and over 6,000 members. For 50 years, AmCham Singapore has a commitment to advocacy, business insights, and connections while being a powerful voice for the business community. With its diverse membership base, it is dedicated to supporting businesses to strive for excellence in this dynamic and thriving region.
Find out more about us at https://amcham.com.sg/about-amcham.
AmCham will be hosting C. S. Eliot Kang, Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, for a roundtable discussion on Wednesday, November 8, from 9am - 10am.
A/S Kang is interested in issues of critical and emerging tech security and understanding how tech companies in Singapore engage with research security, tech transfer, and critical technology policy. Having participated in Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong's recent meetings with the U.S. National Security Council and U.S. State Department in early October, A/S Kang is keen to engage with AmCham members, particularly companies that are focused on critical technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI), biotechnology, research and development, or supply chain security.