Jurgen Auerbach, CFO of Ghirardelli, will speak “All About Chocolate!” We’ll learn about how chocolate is made, from bean to bar; what to look for when tasting chocolate and more. Chocolate tasting will follow, so please rsvp so that we can be sure to accommodate you.
We will also have an update from the Club Enterprenuer.
More information about the Swiss Business Stammtisch and the Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce:
The Swiss Business Stammtisch is an informal gathering place for American and Swiss-American business people. There are many presentations from interesting companies who maintain a link with the Swiss-American community either in the United States or in Switzerland.
* Interested in meeting the local Swiss/American community?
* Are you a representative of a U.S. company which has a branch in
* Wanting to make contact with other Swiss expatriates?
* Curious about what the local Swiss business people do?
If so, please join the Business Stammtisch for relaxed mingling and exchange of ideas, every 2nd Thursday of the month from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at swissnex.
If you would like to present at a future meeting, please become a member and email Andreas Glocker, Chair of the Swiss Business Stammtisch with your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on joining the Chamber, email the Chamber at email@example.com.
Friend of the Chamber ($50)
Small Business Membership ($200)
Corporate Membership ($350)
Sustaining Membership ($650)
Upcoming AmCham Events
January 12, 2006 – Chocolate! The making of chocolate, Ghirardelli and the American premium chocolate market by Jurgen Auerbach, CFO of Ghiradelli
February 8, 2006 – Stephane Follonier of Canderis Biosciences, Club Entrepreneur’s First Project: Where are they Today?
March 9, 2006 – Esther Scott of UBS on Retirement Plans for Small to Medium Businesses. E: firstname.lastname@example.org T. 415-576-3750 April 13, 2006 – Alex Fries of the European American Angels Club will discuss how the EAAC supports European start-ups and Entrepreneurs by financing their ideas. May 11, 2006 – Chip Doyle on Increasing Sales