Watch the French-American Chamber of Commerce One Forum [fr]

The One Forum will take place on November 17-19 and unite over 30 high-level speakers and 40 partners, convening diverse professionals for exchange on the topics of sustainability & innovation, finance, economic resiliency, diversity, and international business expansion.


The French-American Chamber of Commerce – New York Chapter (FACC NY) announced that Jean Tirole, honorary chairman of the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) and the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST) will be the opening keynote speaker at the One Forum, a virtual event organized by the Chapter.

As a new Economics Nobel Prize is announced in Stockholm, the FACC-NY is honored to count Jean Tirole, the 2014 French recipient of the Nobel Prize, among its prestigious speakers.

FACC President Elsa Berry said: “Having Jean Tirole as the One Forum opening speaker is a strong message to the French-American community that the economy is our main priority. The Toulouse School of Economics is among the premier institutions in this field; we are delighted to collaborate for this event and provide this opportunity to our community.”

Mr. Tirole commented: "I am pleased to participate in the One Forum. First of all, because I am very fond of the Franco-American friendship, and also because this Forum is an opportunity to share my belief that economics can help advance the common good.”

About the FACC-NY: With 1,000 members, the FACC New York is a private organization and the largest of 18 U.S. Chapters. The FACC provides networking and professional development through corporate events and international career development programs. The FACC-NY is proud to work closely with key stakeholders including The French Consulate and Embassy, La French Tech NYC, Business France, The U.S. Department of State, the Alliance for International Exchange, and our numerous corporate partners.

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Last modified on 18/11/2020

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