Another great reason to learn Arabic, and advance your career prospects!

The mission is to be the main vehicle for both parties to promote the economic, commercial and business relationship between Egypt and the U.S.A. It is located in Washington D.C. and is the main support system on behalf of top U.S companies doing business and working with Egypt.

Top executives from all business sectors that are the main investors in Egypt are on the council board. The Vice Chairmen are Curt Ferguson, the president of Coca-Cola Company in N/W Africa and Tom Walter the chairman of  Exxon Mobil Egypt and the Chairman is Steve Harris the CEO of Apache.

The council is a close affiliate of the US Chamber of Commerce and has total access to the legal affairs divisions, congressional office, and other useful institutes that can be used as an advantage towards programs, council policies and other initiatives.

The council organizes a program schedule of publications and events that reaches out to the U.S and Egyptian business leaders, government officials and the council members.

Member companies include:

Apache Corporation, The Boeing Company, British American Tobacco, The Coca-Cola Company, General Motors, Fed Ex, Google, Visa International, General Electric, The Crysler Group, DuPont, PepsiCo, and more.

In the U.S the USEBC works alongside the Egyptian Embassy organizing business events throughout the U.S with top government officials from both parties. The council also does the same in Egypt working alongside the U.S. Embassy promoting commercial links and benefits.

All members of the USEBC have had opportunities to meet the Egyptian Prime Minister and other ministers of investments, electricity, petroleum, finance, trade and industry, communications, IT and more.

There are three major areas that the USEBC focuses on, business expansion, policy formulation and advocacy, and developing the network.

The council looks for projects that can offer business ventures to its member companies, and also brings together facilitators.

It continues to establish strategic links with like-minded organizations in both Egypt and the U.S and strengthens existing relationships.

This is great news! Building solid foundations and business ventures for both parties means a better economy.

Anyone working in these industries will benefit from learning the Arabic language, it can only advance your career, social network and understanding of the Arab nations.

At the Arabic Language Academy we offer specialized corporate programs for your sector or one on one personal tuition.