PGH Euro Forum
The Euro Forum
The Euro Forum serves to unite the international community through biannual events. These events are platforms for networking, collaboration and learning about critical European business and economic challenges.
The Pittsburgh Euro Forum will serve as a platform for several events each year focused on geography or subject that define our region’s business connections with Europe.
Presented under the aegis of the German American Chamber of Commerce, Pittsburgh Chapter, the series is intended to expand both the topics and participants of regular Chamber programming and its goal is to strengthen Southwestern Pennsylvania’s commercial ties to its dominant and most important trading partner – Europe.
As a sponsor of the Euro Forum, the Jean Monnet European Center of excellence collaborates with GACC Pittsburgh Chapter to host international events in Pittsburgh and to encourage European business growth in our region.
Europe's Green Recovery
Featuring: Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission for the European Green Deal and Commissioner for Climate Action Policy Netherlands
Roundtable on the EU-China Relationship: Considerations on Trade, Investment, and Global Politics
- Dr. Matthew Johnson, Principal, AltaSilva LLC & Associate Fellow, Global Diplomatic Forum
- Jonas Parello-Plesner, German Marshall Fund and Hudson Institute Fellow
- Michelle DeMoor, Senior Trade Advisor, Delegation of the European Union to the U.S.
- Dr. Jean-Marc F. Blanchard, Executive Director, Mr. & Mrs. S.H. Wong Center for the Study of Multinational Corporations
Sponsored by: European Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh, Asian Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh and American Council on Germany
Virtual Briefing: EuroForum: City Networks and the Pittsburgh Glasgow Project
The Pittsburgh-Glasgow Project began as a project to exchange best practices and experiences with a network of cities around the world. What opportunities do these networks open up for local businesses and industries? What are cities like Pittsburgh and Glasgow learning from each other?