Making Global Goals Local Business – Dubai

Oct 24 – 27, 2016
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The UN Global Compact invites you to Dubai for a series of events as part of our Making Global Goals Local Business campaign, where we will bring together leaders across sectors to explore the transformative platforms and partnerships needed to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on the ground. In Dubai, over 600 participants from business, civil society, government, the UN and Global Compact Local Networks will focus on moving from awareness to action, showing that companies that do business responsibly and find opportunities to innovate around the SDGs will be the market leaders of tomorrow.

Oct 24-25, 2016
Annual Local Network Forum
Jumeirah Mina A’Salam Madinat Jumeirah | Al Sufouh Rd
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Oct 24-25, 2016
UN Private Sector Focal Points Network Annual Meeting
Jumeirah Mina A’Salam Madinat Jumeirah | Al Sufouh Rd
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Oct 25, 2016
PRME Business for Peace Forum 2016
American University of Sharjah | United Arab Emirates

Oct 26, 2016
Business for Peace Annual Event
Jumeirah Mina A’Salam Madinat Jumeirah | Al Sufouh Rd
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Oct 27,2016
Pearl Initiative & United Nations Global Compact 2nd Regional Forum
Conrad Hotel
Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

AICC UN Global Compact Office:

Business Plan Services

AICC welcome the opportunity to meet you and discuss your requirements.We value your business and look forward to working with you. AICC team work with professional advisers provide all the available resources and support to our members so they can achieve their goals.

Market Research Plan

A Market Research Plan provides recommendations on how to enter your new market by answering the following questions:
• What are the trends in my industry
• Where should I set up shop
• What is my competition
• What is the typical offer and pricing on the market
• What is the target market for my product or service

A Market Study, also referred to as a Market Research Study is an objective collection and analysis of information that covers your competition, location, target markets, and industry factors that could affect the success – or failure – of your endeavor.

Direct Investment and Regional Center EB5 Business Plan

With the number of foreign investors showing interest in the EB5 program, establishing your venture as a regional center is a surefire way to find funding for your operations. However, the process of establishing of your venture as a regional center project, is not exactly an easy one. While regional center EB-5 visa applicants do not need to provide a business plan with their visa application, entrepreneurs looking to establish their venture as a regional center for the purpose of securing EB5 funding need to submit a business plan with their application. However, the type business plan submitted with your application will differ depending on where your venture stands in the process of development.

The EB5 visa, commonly known as the immigrant investor program, is one of the most flexible and most expedient paths to permanent residence for wealthy individuals. EB5 Applications require a specific type of business plan that is Matter of Ho compliant. These plans must include:
• A clear description of your business including organization and staffing, products, services and suppliers
• Market information including market and industry analyses,
• Financial projections
• Investment summary and proof of investment source
• Plan for job creation

The EB5 visa, commonly known as the immigrant investor program, is one of the most flexible and most expedient paths to permanent residence for wealthy individuals. EB5 Applications require a specific type of business plan that is Matter of Ho compliant. These plans must include:
• A clear description of your business including organization and staffing, products, services and suppliers
• Market information including market and industry analyses,
• Financial projections
• Investment summary and proof of investment source
• Plan for job creation

E2 Visa Business Plan

The E2 Visa, commonly known as an investor visa, is given to individuals who come the US to either purchase or create a new business. Every E-2 application must be accompanied by a Business Plan that should:
• Define your business and its objectives
• Explain your products or services
• Highlight the qualifications of the applicant
• Provide financial projections for at least 5 years

Bank Business Plan

An Bank Business Plan is written in support of an application for funding, and needs to show:
• That your business is well thought and all risks have been considered.
• Financial projections for 3-5 years that are both reasonable and promising.
• The route your company intends to take to reach its yearly milestones.

L1 Visa Business Plan

The L1 Non-Immigrant Visa classification was created to allow U.S. employers to transfer a professional employee with specialized knowledge relating to the organization’s interests from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the United States. While the list of requirements may be seem daunting at first glance, the core of L1 Requirements can often be met with a well developed Business Plan that provides:
• A description of the parent company and subsidiary
• The products or services provided by each
• The qualifications of the applicant
• Financial projections for at least 5 years on the US company, and financial data on the parent company

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Welcome to AICC Membership

To build and implement the Chamber’s regulatory affairs strategy, including Chamber’s lobbying activities relating to state regulations and taxation; to control the Chamber finance policy, budgeting and reporting process.

To develop and implement Chamber’s lobbying strategy for AICC initiatives to further improve the business environment in the world, to work out position papers and statements on legislative initiatives and present them to the Government; To manage relations with Chamber’s stakeholders, including Government and other state institutions.

To assist AICC member companies further develop their human capital and invest in it wisely and efficiently. To promote the exceptional value of the highly qualified labor force and thus attract the attention of American investors exploring possibilities for outsourcing fully or partially their activities abroad. To advise the government and local authorities on matters related to labor issues.

The mission of the AICC to contribute to the successful accession and integration of China to the Uinted States, to promote Asia Pacific cooperation by becoming an active discussion forum, a source of reliable and practical information and an active contact point for AICC members on all issues related to the United States.

To develop and implement AICC marketing and PR strategy, including AICC brand development and positioning in the States as well as in the international AICC network; to initiate new business projects, AICC events business base development, etc.

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Invest in the USA

Trade and Investment Overview, Chinese Direct Investment in USA

According to the U.S. State Department, China has been one of the world’s fastest growing economies over the last several years, and its efforts to reform and modernize have helped transform China into a large trading economy. China’s total trade is more than $3.6 trillion, making it the second largest trading nation and the country with the second largest economy in the world. This translates into enormous opportunities for U.S./California exporters.

U.S.-China trade has risen rapidly over the last several decades. Total trade between the two nations has increased from $4.8 billion in 1980 to slightly more than $536 billion in 2012. U.S. exports to China in 2012 were approximately $110.6 billion, a steady increase from previous years.

In 2012, China continued as California’s third largest export destination, with more than $14 billion in exports. Computer and electronic products accounted for approximately 28 percent of exports, totaling close to $3.9 billion. Waste and scrap material brought in $2.4 billion, or 17.4 percent, while both the machinery (except electrical) and the transportation equipment categories each accounted for approximately 10 percent of the total, with roughly $1.4 billion in exports each. U.S. Department of Commerce

The Rhodium Group estimates that Chinese firms now employ 27,000 people in the U.S., up from fewer than 10,000 five years ago. Asia Society, October 2012

Are you considering investing in the United States? The United States offers firms from around the world an open, stable market with may opportunities for profit. This questionnaire will provide tools and services to help your firm be successful in the United States and connect with AICC Team.

AICC is the international effort to facilitate business investment in the US and can serve as a starting point for all of your business investment needs. Additionally, AICC offers an membership service that can help resolve issues that may arise involving federal regulations, rules, programs, or activities related to existing, pending and potential investments.

If you would like to be contacted by a member of the AICC team, please fill out the form below. Please be as specific as possible so we can ensure the correct team member responds to your concerns. Do not include any trade secrets, commercial or financial information, or information that you might consider privileged or confidential.


Welcome AICC Training

AICC Membership Training Programs & Certification

Training Education

One of the most important missions of the American International Chamber of Commerce is to promote academic exchanges of students and teachers of AICC. By fostering an environment for international learning, it is our hope that we enable our students to become “world-wise” citizens with global-thinking futures.

In addition to our work with the public schools, we develop and present on-going partner programs with many universties throughout the Los Angeles area, including University of South California, University of California, California State University Los Angeles and East Los Angeles.
In the past, the Chamber has also worked with the many American cities organize exchanges with our sister cities and sister schools in Asia Pacific countries.

The AICC membership training at the school enrolling students who are expected to maintain the highest standards of academic excellence and personal conduct. An interdisciplinary curriculum requires each student to develop as a broadly educated person. The training programs is offered in 98 fields of study, and the is offered in seven areas. The training programs are offered at the headquarters located in Los Angeles; and additional campuses and offices located including East Los Angeles . The training & certification program also is available for international government officials and entrepreneur students.

We are working on a joint venture on the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program and Membership Programs Training with unversity of top 5 programs in the USA.

Sample Custom Program Modules

The following represents a working list of course modules, which can be offered in various instructional formats. Some require at least a full-day of instruction; others can be offered in halfday and multi-day formats.

Most of these modules were originally developed as AICC training courses, which were taught over a ten-week period with one three-hour meeting per week. Some have been offered in intensive formats involving four or five full days of instruction. The content of each module can be expanded, contracted, and adapted to meet the needs of specific clients. Modules also can be offered together to create an effective and more comprehensive training program.

The list offers a representative sample of the types of courses which AICC traning offers on a regular basis. Additional modules and topics can be provided upon request.

Courses can be offered on the AICC campus or in other universities campus in Los Angeles area or delivered overseas. When programs are held in Los Angeles, relevant course-related site visits can serve to reinforce and complement classroom lectures and discussions. Experienced interpreters also can be provided as needed.

We have access to instructors who are world leaders in the areas of financial services, international trade, law, transportation, environmental issues, entertainment, digital media, entrepreneurship,
and many other topics. The majority of AICC training instructors are working professionals who are practitioners in their respective fields and who bring a practical, hands-on perspective to our courses. As part of the AICC, the AICC Training Division has a direct
link to one of the finest universities in the world.

Organizations seeking to expand management and leadership expertise, as well as encouraging entrepreneurship, innovation, and creativity, will benefit from AICC training custom programs.
Custom Programs:

Leadership Management:
Cultural Sensitivity & Understanding
Organizational Development and Change Management
Strategic Leadership and Planning
Business Ethics
Knowledge Management
Performance Management
Operations Management
Supply Chain Management
Project Management Overview
Project Management Risk Analysis
Project Management Leadership (full day recommended)
Leading & Motivating Employees
Monitoring and Controlling Workflow
Delivering Effective Presentations
Custom Entrepreneurship Program

Cross-Cultural Communication
Becoming a More Effective Communicator (also available to technical audience in TMP)

International Business Management:
Fundamentals of International Business
Import/Export Operations and Techniques
International Economics
Global Business Skills
Doing Business in the U.S.
Fundamentals of International Finance
International Business Management
International Business Policies and Strategies
Global Business Skills for the Executive Manager
International Marketing Strategy

for more information about AICC training programs,please contract at:


Confederation Institute of Education

The Confucius Institute of Education (dba Confederation Institute of Education) is affiliated with the American International Chamber of Commerce, focuses on research and teaching for entrepreneurial education offers industry-specific, executive development programs designed to develop essential skills and to build effective and profitable organizations. Programs provide participants with up-to-date theory and practice in such areas as strategy, marketing, finance, operations, and management. Confederation Institute of Education is an approved 501 (c)(3) tax exempt non-profits organization.

International Business Programs (Certificate)
Build the critical international business skills you need to advance your career and excel in high-performing organizations. Our diverse range of programs allows you to specialize in a variety of fields. You receive practical learning integrated with today’s most sought-after knowledge areas: globalization, ethical leadership, business communication, critical thinking, collaboration, and technology.

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Visit the Confederation Institute of Education official website at:


Membership Service Center

The AICC has a officially appointed member service providers/ Our membership commercial service for the companies and individuals.

The services include helping the American companies, its members, to enter the Asia Pacific countries and market, helping the Asia Pacific companies to enter the international market by providing marketing plan and other relating services, helping its members to know the develops and business chances in the international market promptly, Advancing its members’ competitiveness, and helping its members to profit in the international trading, investment, business, education, and media market. It also provides consultation service in business training, education, and exchange.

AICC helps American companies to find the commercial partners in Asia Pacific countries, and provides the information in the investment regulations and laws. We provides the free information about the American commercial policies and laws on its website, helps American companies to develop economically. It also helps companies to develop a good relationship with the foreign governments. It also provides the consultation services in international investment and immigration. It can provide perfect and professional services to its members and clients.

Global economic will be unified further more in the future, and the market will be leaded by the customers. For advancing their competitiveness, small and middle size companies must create strategical partner relationship with other companies to succeed in their business. The members of AICC will cooperate with each other. This business resource will bring members the advantage of competitive position. We welcome you to be a member of the AICC .


The AICC has several strategic advisory committees that work to implement the various goals and objectives of the international strategic plan for economic development.
International Investment Division
Public Relations Committee
Public Policy Committee
Green Economy Committee
Workforce Development Committee
Infrastructure Committee
World Trade Committee
World Job Council
Strategic Advisory Committees
Economic Development Committee
Business Friendly Committee

The AICC all Committees works to attract, retain, and grow membership companies and investment in the United States and world. Membership of AICC’s committees and subgroups are open to members of the AICC. Go here for membership details.

Your investment – at any level – helps the AICC achieve success in building a strong economy. However, we encourage you to consider greater levels of commitment. All members enjoy the general benefits detailed below, however higher commitments have increased visibility and participation.

If you are already a member and would like to get involved, please contact AICC at

Our Network

The American International Chamber of Commerce (AICC) is a non-profit membership organization serving economic developers. With more than 9,000 international members, AICC is the international chamber of commerce organization of its kind in the States. Economic developers promote economic well-being and quality of life for their communities, by creating, retaining and expanding jobs that facilitate growth, enhance wealth and provide a stable tax base. From public to private, rural to urban, and local to international, AICC’s members are engaged in the full range of economic development experience. Given the breadth of economic development work, our members are employed in a wide variety of settings including local, state, provincial and federal governments, public private partnerships, chambers of commerce, universities and a variety of other institutions. When we succeed, our members create high-quality jobs, develop vibrant communities, and improve the quality of life in their regions.

Our international network of strategic relationships is one of our key assets and competitive advantages. Since our founding, American International Chamber of Commerce has cultivated extensive relationships with prominent business leaders, entrepreneurs and corporations throughout the Pacific Rim region and USA.

We assist our membership companies in going public on the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange), American Stock Exchange (AMEX), NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations), OTCBB (Over the Counter Bulletin Board) and the Pink Sheets.

There are no asset or revenue requirements to go public on the OTC Bulletin Board or the Pink Sheets; so, even a start-up can go public. Our firm also helps foreign private companies to go public or foreign public companies with dual listings or ADR’s (American Depositary Receipts).

American International Chamber of Commerce help our members to develop smart long-term strategies for leveraging multiple financial platforms in order to help them acquire customers and build deep and powerful relationships within their respective market spaces. extended network includes many leading specialists in China, US, Asia and European finance. American International Chamber of Commerce advisers and agencies team has worked with most major US investment banks, including Merrill Lynch, Citigroup, DLJ, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Banc Alex Brown, and Arnhold and S. Bleischroeder.

By working in conjunction with our network of strategic and advisory partners, we are better able to identify and evaluate new investment opportunities, as well as provide our portfolio companies with access to overseas customers, suppliers, partners and markets. As a result, our portfolio companies benefit not only from the capital and advice that we provide, but also from the breadth of our network and its wealth of local and global resources.

American International Chamber of Commerce strategic partners include leading financial institutions from the US, Europe and Asia. In the US, AICC is allied with partners, a leading underwriter for OTCBB and Nasdaq IPO’s. AICC is a perennial leader in small and mid-cap public offerings.