To compete in an increasingly complex and interconnected world, technology and digital innovation are vital. Tech-based industries like biotech, space, fintech, and artificial intelligence pioneer the solutions that improve lives, solve problems, and advance society. They also provide the digital tools that help traditional businesses grow, stay connected, and compete around the world.
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A breakdown of the core and emerging technologies businesses are using to grow and succeed.
Today, nearly every company, no matter what business they're in, is in some way powered by technology. The U.S. Chamber’s Technology Engagement Center fosters the transformational role that technology plays in business and society. Our work helps businesses in every industry leverage technology to optimize their businesses, serve their customers, and boost growth and productivity. To spur innovation and support emerging industries, we advocate for rational and cohesive policies in the states and in Washington.
Experts share ways to maximize the performance of customer relationship management (CRM) software to help achieve business goals.
Small business advice from CO—
- Jan 11, 2017Chao Poised to Influence Self-Driving, Connected Vehicle Rules if Confirmed ...must “utilize flexible and rational guidance approach that aligns with the realities of the innovation development and testing process.”
- Jan 10, 2017H.R. 78, the "SEC Regulatory Accountability Act," and H.R. 79, the "Helping Angels Lead Our Startups Act" TO THE MEMBERS OF THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce supports H.R. 78, the “SEC Regulatory Accountability Act,” and H.R. 79, the “Helping Angels Lead Our Startups Act.” Taken together, these bills would hold the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and its rulemaking process more accountable to the American public, and allow angel investors to continue to play an important role in the economy.
- Jan 09, 2017Comments to FCC on Petition for Declaratory Ruling on Regulating Time Limitations for Customer Redress for Customer Contracts VIA ELECTRONIC FILING TO: Ms. Marlene DortchSecretaryFederal Communications Commission445 12th Street, NWWashington, DC 20554 RE: In the Matter of Truth-In-Billing Format (CC Docket No. 98-170). Dear Ms. Dortch: