Our mission is to contribute to the improvement of business relations between France and the United States in Michigan
Our organization was originally founded in 1983 (under a different name) that ultimately became known as the French-American Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Chapter in 1992.
The French American Chamber of Commerce Network
Our organization is a member of the French-American Chamber of Commerce, the oldest bilateral chamber of commerce in the United States comprised of 20 chapters in major cities of the U.S. representing more than 5,000 member companies. We are a non-profit, non-political organization dedicated to the development of commercial relations between French and American businesses.
The FACC blends the pioneering spirits and collective business acumen of the French and American marketplaces to grow businesses and business relations.
FACC unites some of the world’s most recognizable global businesses with the next generation of thought leadership. We are a mosaic that continually blends youth with experience and creates an open culture of inclusiveness to become even greater.
Through a comprehensive range of programs including educational and networking experiences, mentorships, exchange programs, special events, and philanthropy, the FACC provides growth opportunities to over 1,000 professionals, businesses, and their communities.
By combining the gravitas of more than 100 years of experience and relationships with fresh ideas and start-up businesses, the FACC is not only a century old but we’re also a century young.
The CCI France International Network
The French American Chamber of Commerce Michigan Chapter is a proud member of the International French Chambers of Commerce and Industry Abroad (CCIFI). Created in 1907, CCI France International brings together and animates the 120 French Chambers of Commerce and Industry Abroad (FCCIA), present in 90 countries.
French Chambers of Commerce and Industry Abroad support companies in their international development. They offer a wide range of services, adapted to each step of the company’s project.
FCCIAs animate the French business community abroad thanks to more than 4,300 events each year: conferences, seminars, workshops, trainings, exhibitions, committees…
The 120 FCCIAs are managed by more than 1,100 permanent employees, mostly bicultural.
Nearly 35,000 companies are members of their international network, making it the leading network of companies in France.