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Young Professionals Committee

Young Professionals


The Young Professional Committee's role is to stimulate and optimize the dialogue between the younger professionals (~20-35) and the American/Belgian business community in Belgium.


  • Help Young Professionals get experience from top leaders in Belgium 
  • Inspire Young Professionals and help them develop their career
  • Have Young Professionals meet their counterparts from different industries and cultures 
  • Work on the long-term future and sustainability of AmCham Belgium by getting the next generation involved


The Young Professionals Committee is involved in various types of projects: networking, knowledge-sharing events, ...

Networking Events

The Leaders of Today and Tomorrow Speed Networking event pairs 20 young professionals with 20 CEOs during a speed networking session, each Young Professional having the opportunity to discuss for at least five minutes with each of the CEOs present. A perfect occasion to ask questions to a business leader about his or her career and share thoughts on do’s and don’ts in the workplace.

The YP Networking Night, co-organized with other chambers of commerce in Belgium, is the best way to meet more than 150 Young Professionals from various industries and backgrounds in a single evening. The speed networking format is the best to meet and build strong business connections in a short amount of time.

Knowledge-Sharing Events

Young Professionals @ Noon is the perfect opportunity for 30 lucky participants to have an informal lunch with a CEO. These events are limited to 30 participants to ease the discussion and enhance the knowledge-sharing experience. The CEO will share his or her personal experience, failures and successes, lessons learned, and challenge the participants with questions to make this lunch as interactive as possible.

Each year, the Young Professionals Committee organizes a VIP reception, where a business and/or political leader is invited to share his or her 'keys to success' and experience in front of an exclusive audience of 100 Young Professionals.

Committee members