A look at the youngest generation in America's workforce
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation publishes content on economic empowerment and related issues. Find and access current and archived items in our database.
America’s young entrepreneurs are aggressively building a new generation of businesses, products and services
Welcome to the dawn of the “shared economy.”
Together Stronger: The Future of Sport
Dialogue Session F: Sport, Peace and Development
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Women and Sport Conference
February 17, 2012
BCLC's report, Together For Recovery: Business is Part of the Solution, is a compilation of stories about how the business community is helping individuals, non profits, communities, and small businesses weather the economic storm.
The Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) and the United Nations Office for Partnerships, in partnership with the Center for Women in Business, hosted “The Role of Business in Empowering Women” at the United Nations Headquarters on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2012. (Photo Slideshow) A simultaneous tweet chat took place with hundreds of participants watching online and discussing the event using #CSRwomen.
The full event is available for viewing in the videos below.
A recent survey commissioned by Zipcar, the company built on shared rides sprinkled across cityscapes, dramatically shows how differently Millennials (those aged 13-34 years) relate to business and the economy.
Business Corps strives to be a catalyst for a new wave of corporate volunteerism. The goals: positive results for society, prolonged capacity-building with partner NGOs, and a rewarding pro bono experience for corporate employees.