From Baton Rouge to Grand Rapids, Austin to Atlanta, and finishing up in Frankfort last month, our 2017 five-city childcare roadshow is complete. We brought together business leaders, policy makers, advocates, and practitioners to discuss the critical role of high-quality early education and care in advancing the workforce of today, and the workforce of tomorrow. The events were a great success and in each state, an energized business community is eager and ready to take the lead in advancing this conversation in their own community.
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The dean of the College of Business at Florida Atlantic University says American students are fortunate to be graduating into a capitalist and free enterprise system.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will explore the future of food at its FOOD FORWARD event on July 19.
On June 21, the Chamber Foundation will explore the role of high-quality child care in strengthening America's workforce.
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A new report reveals the impact that regulations have on small businesses in America.
Examining the serious conversations America must have about the future of work.
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