USCIB on Social Media

Above: A word cloud generated from postings on USCIB’s Twitter feed.
Above: A word cloud generated from postings on USCIB’s Twitter feed.

Overview

Social media is an ever-more important space for business executives, public officials, the policy community and the media to interact, share information, and engage in productive dialogue. USCIB is active on a number of top social media platforms, with the goal of promoting greater awareness for our views and policy priorities, interacting with users of our essential trade services, and informing the public about the importance of international trade and investment in driving growth and prosperity.

If you’re not already doing so, please engage with USCIB on the following social media platforms:

USCIB on Social Media

USCIB on TwitterTwitter lets you keep in touch with people and organizations through exchange of short postings – tweets – of up to 140 characters. Follow @USCIB to join a network of more than 1,000 followers and get breaking news, event announcements and special offers. A number of other USCIB departments and staff members also tweet regularly. Click here for an updated list.

3907_image006Members and friends can use Facebook to keep up with USCIB, view photos from recent events, share links and videos and learn about many of the public policy issues we follow.

3907_image008LinkedIn is an interconnected network of professionals from around the world. USCIB maintains a LinkedIn group that encompasses more than 1,500 members, friends and staff (including former staff). Requests to join USCIB’s group are reviewed promptly.

3907_image010YouTube is the popular video-sharing site. USCIB’s page has videos of many recent events, promotional messages, issue-oriented advertisements and more.

USCIB on Facebook and Twitter