The U.S.-Russia Chamber of Commerce (USRCC) has established a Technology and Innovation Committee (T&I Committee). The T&I Committee is responsible for developing and overseeing USRCC activities involving technology and innovation, and will work to develop programs promoting the United States as a hub for Russian technology and innovation investment as well as promoting U.S. technology and innovation investment in Russia. It will also develop training, commercialization, and financing programs for technology innovators. The T&I Committee works closely with the Executive Director of USRCC and the Board of Directors.
The U.S.-Russia Chamber of Commerce (USRCC) has been charged with administering the Houston-Tyumen Sister Cities Partnership on behalf of the City of Houston. In order to effectively and efficiently do so, USRCC has established the Houston-Tyumen Sister Cities Committee. The USRCC Sister Cities Committee is responsible for developing and overseeing activities involving the relationship between Houston and Tyumen.Various projects between municipal, commercial and non-profit organizations of Tyumen and Houston are being developed with support of Houston Mayor’s Office and the Administration of Tyumen.
The USRCC Young Professionals program engages energetic people between the ages of 21-40 who have an interest promoting U.S.-Russia trade and investment. The program offers resources that will help members grow, expand career opportunities, and impact the U.S.-Russia business community.