Commerce in France
The quarterly Commerce in France magazine addresses topics of interest to AmCham's core mission: promoting trans-Atlantic economic relations. The variety of AmCham task forces and the events calendar are indicative of these topics. Each Commerce in France issue focuses on a specific theme and a different region of France.
Guidelines for submission of articles
If you have suggestions for a major theme for a future issue, or any other comment--or inquiry--about the magazine, please contact editor-in-chief Shari Leslie Segall at email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Themes are generally announced two and a half to three months ahead of publication via a call-for-articles that goes to AmCham members.
AmCham President's Council and Corporate members are the principal authors of Commerce in France articles, with proposals by Individual members considered on a case-by-case basis. Articles are subject to editing by the editor-in-chief to ensure that they reflect the magazine’s house style.
|Commerce in France, Fall-Winter 2011|
Our latest issue of COMMERCE IN FRANCE is now available online, focusing on talent management with articles such as: Stewardship: Core Element of Talent Management - The Role of the Workplace in Talent Management - Unleashing Talent Across Cultures - Talent Management, U.S.-Government Style - From Performance-Management to Collaboration, True Performance and Development: “Dialogue” at Alcatel-Lucent - There are Seven Billion Reasons We Encourage People to Work for Dupont - Young Professional Program: How Young International Talent Is Shaping the Workforce of Tomorrow - Un « passeport de formation » au management - Talent Management in Post-Crisis Times - How Crown Relocations Attracts and Retains Talent - Prise de fonction : gérer son talent
|Commerce in France, Summer 2011|
Our latest issue of COMMERCE IN FRANCE is now available online, Global Mobility: Meeting the Challenges of Living and Working Abroad. Featuring articles on: international banking, studying abroad, staff management, repatriating, taxes and more.