About AmCham

Learn About the American Chamber of Commerce in Morocco

The American Chamber of Commerce in Morocco (AmCham Morocco) is a non-profit, non-government organization which represents American and Moroccan businesses and individuals.

The chamber’s mission is to provide support to businesses, Moroccan and American, in expanding their opportunities in each market through advocacy, information, networking and business support services.

AmCham Morocco was established in 1966 by a group of Moroccan and American businesses under the auspices of the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.

AmCham membership totals 300 members, of which 55% are Moroccan, 40% American, and 5% other nationalities. Members support AmCham operations through annual dues. The Chamber receives no governmental, outside financial support, or subsidies.

The Chamber is governed by an elected Board, comprised of the presidents of leading U.S. companies established in Morocco and of Moroccan companies doing business with the U.S.

The Chamber’s annual workload is accomplished through three standing committees with different focuses: Trade and Investment, U.S.-Morocco Business Concerns, and Corporate Social Responsibility.

AmCham Morocco has three staff that manages the day-to-day operations of the central office, coordinates events and publications, handles information requests, processes membership applications, and performs specialized research.