Who we are and What we do

Objectives

Our chapter serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas, information, knowledge and opinion among members and guests interested in US- American and German business relationships. In the Wiesbaden Mainz area, local aspects of these relationships have become increasingly relevant, with now well over 20,000 Americans working and living in the area. Together with their German partners, colleagues or competitors, they constitute a distinguished community working for US-Army Headquarters, for one of the many multifaceted companies supporting US Forces or in one of several dozen companies with American oversight. This community supports activities improving mutual understanding of the cultural bases of business and creates an environment on its own for business opportunities. We constituted this AGBC chapter to create a base for business-cultural exchange and networking for business-minded people acting in this particular environment. While focusing on economic affairs at large, presentations and discussions take social, cultural and political implications of current and future business climates into consideration.  

Join us during one of our regular gatherings and see for yourself what we do and discuss.


History

The Wiesbaden- Mainz chapter was founded in 2015 as one of now seven AGBC chapters organized in the Association of AGBC’s



Current Key Projects

Promoting a city partnership between Wiesbaden and Sacramento. Committee chaired

by Ekkehard Stein


AGBC Wiesbaden-Mainz Board & Advisory Members

From left to right:
President: Dr. Ingeborg Cleve
Treasurer: Horatio von John
Secretary: Robert H. Doyle
Board Advisors: 
Ekkehard Stein
Dr. Andreas Dietrich