CEO Innovation Summit | March 18, 2020 Request an Invitation

Leadership in Action

U.S. corporations play a vital role in American society as engines of creativity, innovation and economic opportunity. The long-term success of these companies and the U.S. economy depends on businesses investing in the economic security of their employees and the communities in which they operate. From offering competitive wages and benefits to developing training programs to enrich the skills of students and adult workers, leading U.S. employers are creating opportunities for Americans to secure well-paying jobs and build fulfilling careers.

2020 BRT CEO INNOVATION SUMMIT


American companies are leading the way in applying new technologies to solve some of our country’s most pressing economic, environmental and social challenges.

Join America’s leading CEOs on March 18 for in-depth conversations on how businesses are innovating with a purpose.


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Driving Solutions

As leaders of America's largest companies, Business Roundtable CEOs believe we have a responsibility to help build a strong and sustainable economic future in the United States. That means creating quality jobs and good wages and benefits. It requires action to increase opportunity and raise living standards. It demands advancing public policies that better enable people of all backgrounds to achieve their potential. Together with partners in the public, private and non-profit sectors, Business Roundtable CEOs are committed to driving solutions that make a meaningful difference for workers, families, communities and businesses of all sizes.

Making an Impact

Business Roundtable members annually

Employ

More than 15 million people

Give

More than $8 billion in charitable contributions

Invest

Nearly $147 billion annually in research and development

Pay

Nearly $296 billion in dividends to shareholders

Generate

More than $488 billion in revenues for small and medium-sized businesses

Provide

Health care and retirement benefits to tens of millions of Americans and their families

*statistics based on 2017 data