Top 3 Reasons To Join USCIB
Our policy experts keep you on top of global regulatory policy developments across a wide range of issues that directly impact your operations.
Our global network allows us to move policy from ideas to action by giving you a seat at the table in international negotiations and at the world’s largest international business networks where our voice is amplified.
Our credibility and non-partisan approach makes us an effective advocate to advance policy and regulatory agendas that support your interests at home and abroad.
Close to Our Members
USCIB is a member-driven organization.
Our committees, chaired by leading corporate executives and staffed by USCIB policy experts, cover over 30 international issues areas. Through these committees:
- Information is disseminated, filtered and assessed
- Issues are debated
- Consensus positions are developed and advocated to decision makers
Industry Praise for USCIB
“A unique niche at the nexus between business and policymakers.” – USCIB member since 2007
“USCIB is on top of the big global issues and puts business front and center.” – USCIB member since 2013
“USCIB has the ability to merge the macro-global issues and link them to the business case by connecting those dots.” – USCIB member since 1945
“USCIB members have access to a broad array of information, advocacy, and services found nowhere else.” – USCIB member since 1982
“In today’s world, USCIB membership is not a luxury but an invaluable and necessary resource for our global advocacy efforts.” – USCIB member since 1970
We Work With the World
Your dues extend beyond what you pay. We leverage your investment through our global affiliate network where we represent your views as the official voice of American business and magnify the power of your investment. (learn more)
Global Impact keeps members abreast of the key issues we are addressing on the international front and the key regulatory and policy-making platforms we are using to do so. (read more)
Our Strategy for Success
Our job is to ensure that USCIB positions form the heart of international business positions and are reflected in the views expressed by other national business organizations to their own governments.
- Washington Update: August – September 2015 Tuesday, November 3, 2015 - During the months of August and September 2015, USCIB arranged meetings with a wide range of U.S. and international officials, including Daniel Bahar, deputy AUSTR for investment; Christopher Mondini, vice president, stakeholder engagement, ICANN; Linda Kromjong, secretary general of the International Organization of Employers (IOE); and Tony Pipa, U.S. Department of State special coordinator for […]
- Washington Update: June – July 2015 Tuesday, November 3, 2015 - During the months of June and July 2015, USCIB hosted the tenth annual OECD International Tax Conference, with over 300 participants; held committee meetings with high-level individuals such as Angela Ellard, Chief Trade Counsel for the House Ways and Means Committee, Theresa Swinehart, ICANN Senior Advisor to the President on Global Strategy, Maria Luisa Boyce, […]