U.S.-India Business Council
The U.S.-India Business Council connects the two largest democracies in the world and inspires sustainable solutions to business challenges – both local and global.
The U.S.-India Business Council aims to create an inclusive bilateral trade environment between India and the United States by serving as the voice of industry, linking governments to businesses, and supporting long-term commercial partnerships that will nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship, create jobs, and successfully contribute to the global economy.
We make business between the United States and India easier, more efficient, and more profitable.
Highlights: India Ideas Summit 2023
USIBC works with members to identify and advance key policy priorities, leveraging U.S.-India Business council executive committee meetings, multilateral consultations and sector-focused discussions with public and private stakeholders.
USIBC facilitates meetings between members and key policymakers in the U.S. and Indian governments, as well as offering introductions and networking opportunities within our membership.
USIBC policy experts provide members with sector-specific analysis of breaking events and broader trends in the U.S.-India commercial relationship.
USIBC organizes roundtables and business summits featuring heads of states from India and the United States, members of the U.S. Congress, members of the Indian Parliament, and notable influencers in the U.S.-India commercial corridor.
Ahead of India Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Washington, we urge leaders from both governments to commit to $500 billion in bilateral trade.
Among the best opportunities for the U.S. to bolster stability, security, and prosperity at home and abroad comes from leaning into the U.S. relationship with India, the world's fastest growing major economy.
Every year, the U.S. Chamber’s India Ideas Summit brings together a diverse group of leaders from the U.S.-India Corridor to discuss and debate about the most consequential developments in the U.S.-India relationship.
U.S. Secretary of State Gina Raimondo joined our India Ideas Summit in Washington, D.C.
As the U.S. seeks to diversify supply chains and enhance resilience, it should look to deepen its ties with India, which has both the capacity and potential to be an ever more important partner.