We’d like to say the U.S. Chamber is always a hot spot, but this past week had particular significance for us. The week saw the Chamber leading the front on several issues. From administration officials’ visits to in-depth discussions on various policy topics, the Chamber was the place to be. Who and what’s been happening over on H Street, you ask?
Infrastructure Week kicked off with a launch event at the U.S. Chamber. The half-day summit featured remarks and panel discussions from an array of speakers, all with one unifying message: #TimeToBuild. Among the speakers at the event were U.S. Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue, Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, and U.S. Chamber Chairman John Hopkins.
Tom Donohue welcomes DoT Sec. Elaine Chao, the day’s keynote speaker, to the Chamber.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka recorded remarks for the Chamber’s event.
NuScale Power CEO and U.S. Chamber Chairman John Hopkins closes out the event with remarks.
Ann Beauchesne welcomes attendees to the Fifth Annual Global Supply Chain Summit.
Rep. Mike McCaul delivers the summit’s keynote address.
Kevin McAleean discusses international trade opportunities along the border.
Vice President Mike Pence delivers the keynote address at the Invest in America! Summit.
Myron Brilliant and Steve Mnuchin participated in a conversation at the Summit.
The Chamber’s Center for Technology Engagement (C_TEC) closed out the week with a TecTalk event. C_TEC hosted Representative Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn. for a conversation about broadband infrastructure as it related to Infrastructure Week. She discussed emerging technologies and Congressional plans to support and protect technology.
The Chamber welcomes Rep. Marsha Blackburn for a conversation about broadband infrastructure.
What will this week have in store?