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Dedicated to encouraging and cultivating German-American business & trade

The German-American Business Council of Boston, Inc. (GABC) is a non-profit, member-based organization of companies, business people, and other professionals dedicated to encouraging and cultivating German-American business. Through our panel discussions, presentations, networking events, and social gatherings, GABC provides opportunities for the exchange of ideas, and for contact between its members.  Our members include manufacturers, financiers, government officials, scientists, researchers, attorneys, educators, retailers, entrepreneurs, and more. GABC is a member of the Global Business Alliance of New England.

            


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Upcoming Events

May Day at Fenway

Join the GABC Young Professionals for a quintessential Boston outing to Fenway on May Day, Wednesday, May 1st to watch the San Francisco Giants play the Boston Red Sox. We secured a dozen seats on the very upper bleachers -- grab them while they last and enjoy a fun evening from the top of Fenway…

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Where:
Fenway Ballpark
When:
6PM
Fee:
$25 GABC Members
$40 Non-Members

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Navigating the AI Era: Aligning Recruitment & Training for Future-Ready Professionals

The integration of AI into various sectors is reshaping industries and societies alike, and it is imperative for organizations to not only adopt AI strategies but also to ensure that their workforce is equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to harness the full potential of these transformative technologies. Join us for an insightful discussion with expert…

Tuesday, May 7, 2024

Where:
Hult International Business School
When:
6PM to 8:30PM
Fee:
$27 GABC Members
$42 Non-Members

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Tour of Harvard’s Science & Engineering Complex

Save-the-Date for this Special Lunch Break: Join us for an exclusive tour with Behnisch Architekten, the German architectural firm behind the innovative, sustainable and award-winning Science and Engineering Complex (SEC), Harvard’s most significant new building constructed in a generation. Called a “climate resilient marvel” (Living Architecture Monitor), “a hallmark of sustainability, but also proves that…

Monday, Jun 10, 2024

Where:
Science & Engineering Building
150 Western Avenue
Allston, MA
When:
11:30 AM to 1PM

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Recent Events

Thursday, Apr 11, 2024

Babson undergrad economics students just completed a 10-day trip to Germany under the leadership of Prof. Jason Wong visiting several German companies and institutions with a focus on sustainability (see their travel blog here). Following the trip, six teams are now working on solutions to their sustainability project challenges which they have to complete by…...

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Tuesday, Apr 9, 2024

At a time when raising capital may be challenging, Life Sciences and Biotech startups & early-growth stage companies should evaluate debt financing, a form of capital that is more traditionally used by early-stage tech companies or companies generating steady streams of cash flows.   During a panel discussion with our seasoned experts, we will reflect on: Is debt…...

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Wednesday, Apr 3, 2024

METRO WEST GABC Stammtisch meets in Framingham Join us for our next METRO WEST Stammtisch at Jack's Abby in Framingham. This Stammtisch is geared to those working or living in the Metro West area and aims to connect professionals with the local GABC network. There is plenty of inside seating at Jack's Abby and in…...

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Tuesday, Mar 26, 2024

Join us for our next CAMBRIDGE Stammtisch at Lamplighter on Broadway in Cambridge. This informal get together aims to connect professionals with the local GABC network. About the Stammtisch: The Stammtisch is conceived and hosted by the GABC Young Professionals, but is open to everyone: GABC members and non-members, young professionals, or newcomers to New…...

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Thursday, Mar 14, 2024

Join us for a panel discussion on transforming our infrastructure for a sustainable future, viewed through a transatlantic lens. With global investments of up to $275 trillion required between until 2050, as outlined in a McKinsey report, the scale of action needed to combat climate change is immense. From renewable energy initiatives to innovative land-use…...

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gtc

konditor-meister

 

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Thanks to Our Corporate Members

acontis technologies

Arvato

baramundi

Behnisch Architekten

Brueckner Group USA Inc.

COMPIRICUS

Condor

Deutsches Altenheim

Draeger Medical Systems, Inc.

Evotec

Functional Coatings LLC,  a wholly owned tesa® company

Fehrmann Materials USA

Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP

German International School Boston

German Saturday School Boston

Goss Associates

Henke Sass Wolf of America

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds

H.C. Starck

igus Inc.

Interfreight Corporation

ITG International Transports, Inc.

Karls Sausage Kitchen & European Market

MorphoSys US Inc.

Rödl & Partner

SCHLENK

SCHOTT MINIFAB

Stellar Industries Corp.

TARGUS Management Consulting AG

Westernacher & Partner Consulting, Inc.