RICHMOND, VIRGINIA - The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation took its message about the importance of economic growth on the road this week, kicking off a national tour before business leaders in Virginia.
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The topic of economic growth has been in the news lately, and I am glad to see it’s getting attention.
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A Q&A with Greg Jaros, the CEO of Spare to Share, which offers a platform to make it easy for neighbors to socialize and share services.
The House Ways and Means Committee convened last week to ask, "what are the policies that drive economic growth?"
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John R. McKernan Jr., a senior advisor to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and representatives from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will visit with local chambers of commerce and business councils to explain how our current slow growth path is a threat to long-term prosperity. Below is the schedule of upcoming speaking engagements related to the Growth Imperative Tour.
January 28, Richmond, VA