AMCHAM Tanzania held a meaningful and interesting Panel Discussion on Immigration for Investors on the 3rd of March. During that evening, participants had the opportunity to find answers to their questions on the current state of play on immigration issues in Tanzania.
AMCHAM sincerely thanks its panelists, Mr. Fayaz Bhojani, Managing Partner for FB Attorneys and Suzanne Ndomba-Doran, Legal Service Manager for the Association of Tanzania Employers.
We came, we ran, we ate. And with the help of 30+ volunteers, the day went off with relatively few glitches. We raised almost $35,000 to protect Tanzania’s elephants in the Ivory Detection Dog program. (more…)
What a day for a race! A ton of fun to raise money to protect elephants. Sunday November 23, 2014. First Annual Turkey Trot race / walk around Masaki from the Best Western Coral Beach. Awesome team of volunteers help 200 runners (more…)
Is it time to toss your hat in the ring? New Board members will be elected at the Annual General Meeting, November 6. If you are interested in helping take the organization to new heights of effectiveness (more…)
AmCham Tanzania was delighted to welcome you during its recent Executive Breakfast Meeting on the Business Environment in Tanzania. This exceptional meeting has been enhanced by the presence and expertise of: Hon. Dr. Adelhelm Meru-Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment Mr. Rishit Shah-Tax Partner, PricewtaerhouseCoopers (PwC) Mr. Godfrey Simbeye-Executive Director, Tanzania Private Sector Foundation During the meeting participants received relevant information from engaged and communicating stakeholders. We were pleased to facilitate a productive exchange among key pillars of the business environment in Tanzania. We are looking forward to continuing the discussion on the new policy landscape with AmCham members, AmCham partners and Government representatives. Check the pictures of our event here below and stay connected for our upcoming initiatives.
Put simply, AmCham-TZ and its members wholeheartedly support the establishment of a local content policy for Tanzania. However, we also emphasize that Tanzania’s local content policy should be one that is (more…)