Through our incubator pilots, we source, vet, and nurture cutting-edge solutions for the problems of tomorrow.
Working in concert with other Foundation programs and business partners, we develop theories of change and test new approaches to challenges across a spectrum of disciplines, including geopolitical risk, democracy and capitalism, and business-led solutions to wicked problems.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation launched the Path Forward series in April 2020 to help businesses navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, including the return to work and the many complex issues and questions around how to safely and sustainably get business and the American economy back up and running.
To help you answer questions about COVID-19, we’ve repurposed content from the Maine CDC to make easy decision-making tools that any organization can use to help employers, employees, and their families break the chain of transmission.
Today graduate students from Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business were named winners of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s fifth annual MBA Case Competition.
As we transition from September’s National Recovery Month to Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 3–9), it is important to remember that the need for recovery is not limited to certain occupations, communities, races, genders, or conditions. Your employees can encounter any number of life-altering experiences from which they struggle to rebound.
Why is fighting the flu important for every business and every employee? In addition to keeping your team healthy and working, flu season is once again colliding with the COVID-19 pandemic this year. Business owners and leaders play a vital role in encouraging employees to get the flu vaccine.