Events

15
September
Tuesday
1:00PM ET
2:00PM
1 day
15
September
Tuesday
1:00PM ET
2:00PM
1 day

Census 2020: A Call to Count

On September 15, U.S. Chamber Foundation will host a one-hour virtual event to provide an overview of what the census is, how the census impacts American business, the challenges facing the 2020 census and opportunities for businesses to help to raise response rates in their local communities.

11
September
Friday
2:00PM ET
3:00PM
1 day
11
September
Friday
2:00PM ET
3:00PM
1 day

All of Nation Effort to Beat COVID-10: What is Happening in Delaware?

Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Innovation Policy Center for a discussion with special guest, Senator Tom Carper (D-DE), to learn what’s happening in Delaware to discover effective treatments and cures for coronavirus.

9
September
Wednesday
2:00PM ET
3:00PM
1 day
9
September
Wednesday
2:00PM ET
3:00PM
1 day

CO— Blueprint: Rebuilding Your Brand

Join us Wednesday, September 9, at 2pm ET for CO— Blueprint: Rebuilding Your Brand, an interactive discussion focused on helping businesses strike the right tone with an evolving customer base.

27
August
Thursday
3:00PM ET
4:00PM
1 day
27
August
Thursday
3:00PM ET
4:00PM
1 day

Path Forward: COVID-19 and the Future of Travel

From new sanitization and social-distancing protocols in hotels and on aircraft, to the future of road warriors, this week's edition of Path Forward will discuss COVID-19 and the future of travel.

26
August
Wednesday
2:00PM ET
3:00PM
1 day
26
August
Wednesday
2:00PM ET
3:00PM
1 day

CO— Blueprint: Operating a Socially Distant Business

Join us Wednesday, August 26, at 2pm ET for CO— Blueprint: Operating a Socially Distant Business, an interactive discussion focused on providing advice and strategies for businesses who are building social distancing into their plans.

24
August
Monday
2:00PM ET
3:30PM
1 day
24
August
Monday
2:00PM ET
3:30PM
1 day

Bilateral Dialogue on the Future of Energy

Please join us for a dialogue with Chubut's Minister of Energy Martín Cerdá, Neuquén's Minister of Hydrocarbons Alejandro Monteiro and U.S. Department of Energy's Deputy Assistant Secretary Elizabeth Urbanas.

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