Business Forward

Since 2009, Business Forward has helped business leaders brief policymakers on the importance of fixing America’s rising health care costs, crumbling infrastructure, outdated tax code, obsolete regulations, and growing climate change risk.

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Executives,
Entrepreneurs,
Investors, and
Small business owners

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Mayors, governors, members of Congress, and senior Administration officials

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Brief mayors, governors, Congress, and the White House on the policy issues affecting your business.

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State, local, and federal officials are looking for your advice on how they can help local businesses create jobs and accelerate our economy.

The real deal…

- President Barack Obama

One of the most effective partners we have in Washington.

- Penny Pritzker, Former Commerce Secretary

…The business case at impressive scale.

- Scott Peters, California’s 52nd Congressional District

The real deal…

- President Barack Obama

One of the most effective partners we have in Washington.

- Penny Pritzker, Former Commerce Secretary

Latest News

Some of the top issues affecting your business.

What Business Leaders Are Saying: Trump Administration’s EPA Rule Denies Opportunity to Lead

This week, the Trump Administration announced plans to eliminate the Clean Power Plan (CPP), an Obama-era policy to reduce carbon emissions. Under the new plan, states may write their own regulations for coal-fired power plants–or write none at all. This is a drastic shift away from the CPP, which pushed…

Business Forward’s Latest Steel Index: U.S. manufacturers paying 25% more than foreign competitors

Business Forward, Inc. published its latest American Steel Index report today. The monthly report compares the prices American manufacturers and their foreign competitors pay for hot- and cold-rolled steel. Key charts are below. Click here to read the report. Yesterday, Business Forward held a conference call with Kristin Dziczek, Vice…

GDP and the Housing Market: Perspectives from Paul Bishop of the National Association of Realtors

On July 27th the U.S. Commerce Department released new gross domestic product (GDP) estimates for 2018 Q2. The U.S. GDP grew by 4.1%, up from 2.2% in the first quarter, which was in line with expectations. Business Forward hosted a webinar with Paul Bishop, Vice President of the National Association…

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