U.S. Chamber of Commerce advocates for business in nation’s capital

July 23, 2019

More than 3 million businesses of all sizes (including NAFEM) count on membership in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to advance the perspective of business in Washington, D.C. Formed in 1912, the U.S. Chamber’s history is full of examples of how it’s helped drive a pro-business agenda with elected and appointed federal officials.

Today, the U.S. Chamber is focused on creating jobs and strengthening the competitiveness of the economy. Its work is concentrated in 10 key areas impacting businesses of all sizes:

  • Tax and entitlement reform
  • Energy
  • Health care
  • International trade and investment
  • Competitive workforce
  • Capital markets
  • Reliable and secure infrastructure
  • Legal reform
  • Innovation
  • Regulatory reform

As part of NAFEM’s Signature level U.S. Chamber of Commerce membership, its members also receive free Chamber membership. To learn more, contact Charlie Souhrada, CFSP, +1.312.821.0212.

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