French American Chamber of Commerce Los Angeles

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The French American Chamber of Commerce is an organization established in 1896,[1] in order to promote the development of bi-national economic, financial and commercial transactions between France and the United States of America.

FACC Los Angeles Chapter[edit]

The Los Angeles Chapter of the FACC was launched on January 14, 2014[2] in Los Angeles with the help of the French Consul General Axel Cruau.[3] The mission of the FACC Los Angeles is to develop its members' businesses by facilitating and enhancing a network of successful firms in the greater Los Angeles area. It is the largest network of French-American companies in Southern California.

FACC Los Angeles Events[edit]

The FACC Los Angeles organizes various networking events including LinkUp, Private Dinner, Le Lunch de la FACC, French Heritage Night and French Tech Los Angeles, featuring renowned speakers. These events allow members of the FACC Los Angeles to meet, connect and find their future clients and business partners.

LinkUp events have featured speakers such as Ken Kessler[4] from Hub International, the French economist Guy Sorman, International Business Consultant Francis Cholle.[5] and Economist Scott Anderson from Bank of the West.[6]

Private Dinner events gather C-level executives from various industries who share a common interest in doing business together in an intimate and high-end environment.

They are a successful way to foster mutually beneficial relationships between their company-members, by providing the people present with future clients, partners or simply future sources of referrals.

The FACC Los Angeles organizes its yearly event, the French Heritage Night. It takes place at the Staples Center in February during a Los Angeles Clippers vs San Antonio Spurs basketball game.[7]

The FACC Los Angeles also co-launched French Tech Los Angeles in April 2016, in partnership with the French Consulate in LA and French Accelerator.[8]

FACC Los Angeles Corporate Services[edit]

The FACC Los Angeles provides various services[9] for its members, such as:

  • Client Prospecting Mission
  • Company Creation
  • Translation Services
  • Visa Assistance
  • A Nationwide Network
  • Powerful Referral Network
  • PR & Advertising
  • Business Plan
  • HR Services

Leadership[edit]

Executive Team of the Los Angeles Chapter[10]

  • President and CEO: Samuel Loy
  • CFO: Aline Darmouni
  • Vice President and Secretary: Ken Kessler

Board Members of the Los Angeles Chapter[11]

  • Samuel Loy
  • Aline Darmouni
  • Haim Elbaz
  • Lio Slama
  • Ken Kessler
  • Cyril Darmouni

Official Sponsor

  • HSBC US

References[edit]

  1. The first chapter of the FACC was created in New York in 1896 http://www.faccnyc.org/about-us/
  2. Emmanuel Saint-Martin. "Une nouvelle chambre de commerce franco-amĂŠricaine Ă Los Angeles". Frenchmorning.com. Retrieved 2015-06-26.
  3. "A new French-American Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles - Consulat Général de France à Los Angeles". Consulfrance-losangeles.org. 2014-01-14. Retrieved 2015-06-26.
  4. "FACC-LA – Ken Kessler Will Speak At Our LinkUP On June 18th". Facclosangeles.org. Retrieved 2015-06-26.
  5. "FACC-LA – MARCH 3rd 2015: ouSeminar with Best Selling Author Francis Cholle". Facclosangeles.org. Retrieved 2015-06-26.
  6. "LinkUp FACC Los Angeles & Bank Of The West featuring Scott Anderson". Facclosangeles.org. Retrieved 2016-11-18.
  7. "Les Clippers et les Spurs ont inauguré la première French Heritage Night". Basketusa.com. 2015-02-23. Retrieved 2015-06-26.
  8. "L.A. is the new "French Tech Hub"". Facclosangeles.org. Retrieved 2016-11-18.
  9. "FACC-LA – Member Benefits". Facclosangeles.org. Retrieved 2016-11-18.
  10. "FACC-LA – Executive Team". Facclosangeles.org. Retrieved 2016-11-18.
  11. "FACC-LA – Board Members". Facclosangeles.org. Retrieved 2018-11-01.

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