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America’s businesses are working together – serving, innovating, and connecting – to deliver unforgettable moments and experiences during important moments throughout the year.
America is powered by businesses. From the smallest startups to the biggest brands, American businesses of every size and industry go above and beyond every day to support their employees, serve their customers, and create experiences that drive economic growth. Brought to You By American Business highlights how businesses bring important cultural and sporting events to life, creating economic growth and unforgettable moments.
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American Tower, a global provider of wireless communications infrastructure, is working to close the digital divide.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, gig economy companies have become an essential part of many Americans’ daily lives – and an economic lifeline for many others.
In January, Jeff Martin, a corporate communications advisor at Dow, was asked by the company’s pandemic team to draft a proposed travel advisory due to a virus that was emerging in Wuhan, China. “That's where it all started,” Martin said. “And I’m that person that when crises come, I get involved.”
During COVID-19, Bombas expanded its philanthropic efforts to help front-line healthcare workers and those in need.
RELX is using its analytics and information to share news on COVID-19 treatments and vaccines.
Thrive Market shifted its entire donation model to supporting families impacted by the pandemic and established the COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Gilead moves forward with remdesivir in trials to treat COVID-19.
Learn how U.S. Bank shifted operations and focused on supporting small businesses during the pandemic.
On April 26, the Boeing Dreamlifter, a converted Boeing 747-400 Large Cargo Freighter, flew from Hong Kong to Greenville, South Carolina, with 1.5 million medical-grade masks destined for health care professionals at Prisma Health, the largest health care system in South Carolina.
Kenny Thompson, Head of External Affairs, North America at PepsiCo, explains how the company leaned on partnerships during COVID-19.