The French-American Chamber of Commerce (FACC) is an independent, not-for profit, apolitical organization founded in 1896 to promote strong trade relations between the United States and France.
The FACC network is composed of 19 chapters across the U.S. Together they form a federated structure coordinated by a National Chamber. Each Chapter elects its own board of directors and offers activities that address the local business community. Members benefit from a national Network of 5,000 members through 19 chapters in all major cities in the U.S.
Our network is a unique and valuable business resource for executives in French-American trade and investment.
The French-American Chambers of Commerce are part of the Union of French Chambers of Commerce Abroad (CCIFI) that gathers 35,000 international members through 120 Chambers in over 90 countries.
CCI France International coordinates activities and facilitates the exchange of ideas among its members which are independent, self-sustaining entities. The CCI France International network represents some 35,000 member companies served by a total staff of nearly 1200 professionals.
The presence of French Chambers of Commerce and their in-country professional staffs plays a critical role in fostering the growth of trade and investment between France and countries around the world. These chambers are a valuable resource for companies seeking to embark on international ventures as well as those seeking to expand existing business.
Additional information about CCI France International (network of French Chambers of Commerce and Industry Abroad) can be found at www.ccifrance-international.org