Kaitlyn Ridel

Director, Digital & Editorial Content, Strategic Communications

Kaitlyn is the Director of Digital and Editorial Content at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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Cleveland T-Shirt Shop Uses City Pride to Help Feed Families During COVID-19

CLE Clothing Company uses T-Shirts sales to help feed Cleveland families in need during the COVID-19 pendemic.

Without Swift Action from Congress, Utah’s Cuisine Unlimited and Many Other Small Businesses May Be Forced to Close Their Doors

Maxine Turner, founder of Salt Lake City catering company Cuisine Unlimited, breaks down the cost of Congress' inaction on Phase IV relief.

How Pausing the Payroll Tax Will Help Businesses Keep Workers Employed and Paychecks Flowing Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Canceling the payroll tax through May would go a long way to keep workers working and paychecks flowing to American families.

Navy Veteran Joey Vanoni Shares the Secret Sauce to Starting his Baltimore Pizzeria

In honor of Veteran's Day, entrepreneur Joey Vanoni shares how he used his skills as a Naval officer to open his own pizzeria in Baltimore.

Digital Tools Allow U.S. Small Businesses to Grow Internationally, Prompting Need for Long-Term Trade Agreements

The rise of small businesses on an international scale calls for sustainable trade agreements.

Tariffs on Chinese Imports to Drive Up Costs of Health, Wellness Supplements

As the U.S. implements more tariffs on Chinese imports, American industries are paying the price.

American Consumers Will Pay the Price for More Tariffs, Not China

The threatened expansion of tariffs could cost the average American family of four more than $2,000 a year.

Expanding Digital Trade and IP Protection are Crucial for U.S. Small Business Growth

As online shopping grows in popularity, U.S. small businesses are finding unlimited growth potential in international markets.