The U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce (USMCC) Partners with the Federation of Central & Eastern European Chamber of Commerce (FCEECC) in the face of new global trade, investment and international cooperation opportunities

The agreement will provide a unique platform to gain strategic access and pursue inclusive growth to deliver benefits to businesses of both chambers and its membership.   

Miami, Florida. February 4, 2019. The U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce (USMCC) announces a partnership with the Federation of Central & Eastern European Chamber of Commerce (FCEECC) where over 2 million of businesses will be connected to exchange their opportunities, and facilitate international trade, public-private partnership and foreign direct investment in both platforms.

The partnership between both chambers will help on new areas of cooperation, like cyber-security, aerospace, infrastructure, food, pharma, disaster management and agriculture.  Plus provide access to its cultural links in a win-win cooperation, enhanced our solidarity and mutual trust, improved the lives of our peoples, and made our bond of interests and friendship even closer with mutual prosperity.

Doug Mayorga, CEO & Founder of the USMCC, said, “A key of the priorities of the USMCC is expand their opportunities on a global scale, this Strategic Partnership Agreement between the USMCC and FCEECC from Central Europe will be a great development on businesses, investors and philanthropic organizations for a sustainable economic development in both side,  Is a new generation agreement which aims to support the 2019 global agenda for Expansion Development for USMCC”.

The President of FCEECC, Mr. Leszek Ladowski, said, “This partnership with the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest and most challenge collaborator agreements that our Chamber put a solid fundament to expand existing and create new trade, investment and exchange innovation. It will create a significant economic zone, benefitting thousands of businesses and representing all sectors in Central and Eastern Europe, the region, that in a most part, just few years ago get out of totalitarian system, to the flowering economies”.

One of the key elements of this initiative to be successful is the logistic sector, which has to be developed.  Starting June 1st, 2019, Polish Airline LOT is starting direct flights connecting Miami “Gateway to the Americas” with Warsaw “Gateway to Central & Eastern Europe. “

About FCEECC:  The Federation of Central & Eastern European Chambers of Commerce, Inc. (FedeCham) is a non-for-profit, non-political, non-governmental organization, representing the interest of chambers of commerce, business organizations as well as enterprises from all economic sectors and industries of Central & Eastern Europe with presence in Poland, Hungary, Romania, Greece, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Moldova, Macedonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Belarus and Albania.

About USMCC: MCC is a private organization dedicated to business development, education, networking, which facilitates global trade, international procurements, cooperation and investment through Public-Private Partnership. Established in 2000, the MCC has more than 25,000 members and over 250,000 connections globally. It services and supports participating U.S minority businesses and focuses on the myriad challenges and concerns facing minority businesses every day.

For interview:

Maria Loaisiga

Senior National Membership Director

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