AHK USA – 7 offices, 1 mission

The German American Chambers of Commerce (GACCs) foster the economic ties between Germany and America and offer their members and customers a broad spectrum of activities and services.

Access to 3,700 German Firms in the U.S.

Our online database www.germancompanies.us lists 3,700 headquarters and branch offices of German subsidiaries in the U.S., including detailed information on each as well as search and filter options.

German American Trade Magazine

The German American Trade Magazine is the official publication of the GACCs, focusing on German-American topics in the areas of economy and industry, companies and politics. Online version

Market Entry USA

The German American Chambers of Commerce are the first choice when it comes to business between the United States and Germany. As a reliable partner for both American and German companies, we offer excellent services to our 2,500 members and clients. Become a member

Our Services:

U.S. marktet entry: Markt analysis, address research, site selection

Legal & Tax: Incorporation services, U.S. agent, collection service

Business Representation: Business address, office, correspondence

Business Partner Search: Establishing contacts, arranging appointments

Trade Show Support: Organization, support, appointments

J-1 Visum: Issuing of the Certificate of Eligibility DS-2019 for internships

Career Services: Job postings, recruitment services

German American Trade Magazine

AHK USA – A Strong Network

The German American Chambers of Commerce in Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco all work together under the network of the GACCs.

02/08/2018 - Atlanta, GA; Newnan, GA

Train the Mentor Training - AdA International

02/26/2018 - Atlanta, GA

17th Women series: Women in Philanthropy

02/26/2018 - Atlanta, GA

GACC Night @ Philips Arena

02/21/2018 - Chicago, IL

European Business Networking

02/26/2018 - Cleveland, OH

Roadshow on Industry 4.0

03/01/2018 - Milwaukee, WI

Manufacturing Matters Conference

03/02/2018 - Chicago, IL

Annual Members Meeting

03/05/2018 - Nordschwarzwald, Germany

AHK USA-Chicago trifft IHK: Inhouse Beratung USA

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02/22/2018 - Bayerische Landesbank, New York

U.S. Tax Reform: What it Means for International Businesses

03/06/2018 - The Consulate General of Germany, New York

The Digital Transformation of Manufacturing Industries


Automotive Forum

05/10/2018 - Tribeca Rooftop. New York

White Asparagus Gala Dinner 2018

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02/20/2018 - Houston, TX

German American Business Dialogue

02/22/2018 - Houston, TX

European Business Networking

02/27/2018 - Galveston, TX

Wind Energy - How to Power the Future

03/09/2018 - Houston, TX

Breakfast Networking

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03/14/2018 - Docusign | 221 Main St., Suite 1000 | San Francisco, CA 94105

GACC Supported | Winter European Networking Mixer

04/12/2018 - UC Berkeley Krutch Theater | Berkeley

GACC Supported | Pathways to 100% Renewable Energy

04/16/2018 - DLA Piper | 555 Mission St, San Francisco

German-US Dialogue: Industry 4.0 & IoT Changes Security Challenges

05/01/2018 - Hyatt Regency La Jolla | 3777 La Jolla Village Drive, San Diego

GACC Supported | Solar Summit

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AHK USA - Atlanta

The GACC South is headquartered in Atlanta with a branch office in Houston. It serves the Southern U.S. and also cooperates with five regional chapters and two affiliates.

GACC Midwest

The GACC Midwest covers the Midwest of the USA. In addition to offices in Chicago and Detroit, they are represented in four states by local chapters.

AHK USA - New York

The GACC New York serves the Northeastern and Western states and has, besides its headquarters in New York, branch offices in Philadelphia and San Francisco.

RGIT - Washington, D.C.

The Representative of German Industry and Trade represents the interests of the German business community vis-à-vis the U.S. admi- nistration and other organizations.