American-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce (AMIS).
Is a trade organization consisting of companies, individuals and institutions doing business with the U.S.. The Chamber has worked closely with the Icelandic-American Chamber of Commerce (ÍSAM) in the U.S., which is a trade organization of companies and individuals who have strong ties to companies in Iceland.
Our objective is to promote and maintain commercial links between America and Iceland, and further ties in the fields of education, culture, business and politics. The Chamber is a network of companies, institutions and individuals as well as a platform for communicating with the public as well as being a forum to publicly discuss trade interest between America and Iceland. We engage in the transfer of knowledge, policies and trends in matters concerning trade between America and Iceland. The Chamber organizes meetings and conferences concerning common matters between the two countries and guards the commercial interest of its members in respect of American and Icelandic authorities.
The Chamber’s Board consists of a Chairman and 7 Members who shall be elected at a General Meeting for a term of two years at a time in such manner that the Chairman and 3 Board Members be elected every other year and 4 Board Members during the alternative year. Membership of the Board is personal. The Chairman of the Icelandic-American Chamber of Commerce (ISAM) is granted a seat on the board the same way as the Chairman of AMIS is granted a seat on the ISAM board. The aim of this is to connect and strengthen the relationship on both sides of the Atlantic.
Chairman: Birkir Hólm Guðnason, Samskip
Ari Kristinn Jónsson, Awarego
Helga Árnadóttir, Bláa Lónið
Margrét Sanders, Strategía
Pétur Þ. Óskarsson, Íslandsstofa
Steinn Logi Björnsson
Sylvía Kristín Ólafsdóttir, Icelandair
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