AmCham Moldova’s activity encompasses four key areas that have been identified as crucial to AmCham realizing its mission. 

Advocacy 

A key tenet of AmCham Moldova’s activity is Advocacy, which contributes to the enhancement of investor-friendly relations in Moldova. Through its’ Advocacy activities, AmCham Moldova:

- Maintains its’ leading position as a part of the driving force in the main Public-Private Dialogue Platforms such as the Economic Council under the PM; and the Consultative Council under the President of Parliament, amongst others;

- Positively influences decisions taken by Lawmakers that affect businesses, by providing well- reasoned and well-positioned advice (presented in the form of Position Papers;

- Produces the publication “Brand AmCham” regarding major constraints for doing business in Moldova every 3 years;

- Mobilizes and encourages member involvement on key business issues

Business Networking

Playing a crucial role in business development, business networking not only provides members with the opportunity to establish mutually beneficial relations between themselves, but the opportunity to interact and collaborate with decision and policy-makers. AmCham facilitates this by:

- Offering events and programs which engage members and add value to their business activity;

- Connecting with Government Leaders, other Associations and Business Chambers, development partners and diplomats

Knowledge Sharing

Knowledge Sharing is key for the enhancement of members’ productivity, and provides the opportunity for information and expertise to be shared within and beyond the AmCham Community. AmCham supports this by:

- Providing platforms where knowledge and Best Practices can be shared;

- Supporting Members’ professional development

- Keeping members informed and up to date with the latest developments in legislation and the general business environment

Alternative Dispute Resolution Development

Having an alternative, independent and impartial platform for settling disputes that may arise in Trade Relations allows such disputes to be settled without the need for juridical involvement. AmCham will continue to build upon what has already been established through CACIC by:

- Supporting the establishment of the working Framework of the Court;

- Supporting capacity building activities for Lawyers and potential Arbitrators.

- Promoting the use of Arbitration as an alternative method of dispute resolution to both AmCham Members and the wider Business Community