International investors, government officials, bankers, and businessmen are brought together at informal luncheons, breakfasts, receptions, seminars, etc., which are held in New York City. These programs cover economic, financial, political, and social issues of importance to Paraguay and the U.S. and may feature a head of state, business leader, government minister, prominent diplomat, or panel of experts as speakers.
Attendance is discounted for members and their guests.
The Chamber joins together with the chambers of commerce for other Latin American countries and the Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce for a popular annual networking reception. This and other similar events have been held at prominent cultural and academic institutions such as the Gabarrón Foundation Carriage House Center for the Arts and the King Juan Carlos I Center at New York University.
The Chamber also hosts an annual holiday event in partnership with the Andean American Associations.
In addition to these programs, the USPCC co-sponsors functions hosted by other business organizations, stock and commodity exchanges, government agencies, and academic and cultural institutions hosted in New York City and in Latin America. These have included major road shows aimed at potential investors.
USPCC members receive discounted rates or free attendance at these programs.