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American Business Council of Dubai & the Northern Emirates
Offices: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The American Business Council of Dubai and the Northern Emirates is a non-profit, voluntary association of individuals and companies. Their objectives are to promote the development of commerce and investment between the United States of America and Dubai and the Northern Emirates, as well as to be a direct liaison with the Chamber of Commerce of the United States and other chambers of commerce and business organizations, and to express the views of the local American business community to public and private interests in the United States.
Associated Oregon Industries (AOI)
Offices: Salem, Oregon
Associated Oregon Industries is the Oregon business leader in shaping public policies. It achieves consensus on and provides effective leadership for the business agenda in the Legislature, with state agencies and the public. AOI is committed to strengthening and promoting the free enterprise system in Oregon and contributes to the economic health of the state by providing research, education, services and resources to Oregon businesses.


Brazil United States Business Council
Offices: Washington, DC
The Brazil-US Business Council is a private sector organization focused on promoting the free flow of trade and investment between Brazil and the United States. With a US Section representing the largest US investors in Brazil and a Brazil Section managed by the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry, the Council has the ability to forge consensus between the two private sectors and communicate it to both governments in a bilateral context.
British American Business Council (BABC)
Offices: New York, New York; Washington, DC & London, England
The British-American Business Council is the largest transatlantic business network, with more than 30 chapters and 3,500 member companies based in major regions throughout North America and the United Kingdom. As well as providing practical business benefits and opportunities for members, the BABC is also concerned to promote a positive transatlantic policy environment to assist them in the efficient and profitable conduct of their business.
Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU)
Offices: Washington, DC; New York, New York; Houston, Texas & London, England
BCIU, a US business association founded in 1955 as a White House initiative, is dedicated to promoting dialogue and action between the business and government communities for the purpose of expanding international commerce. BCIU programs have expanded to include discussions not only with US Ambassadors, but also with other senior diplomatic, cabinet-level officials, and heads of state serving both US and foreign governments.
Business Council of Alabama (BCA)
Offices: Montgomery, Alabama
Since its founding in 1985, BCA has worked to improve Alabama's business climate. The Business Council of Alabama is a statewide business association representing the interests and concerns of almost 5,000 businesses and industries, which employ more than 750,000 Alabamians. The Business Council of Alabama is committed to meeting the needs of BCA members, prospective members, legislators and policy-makers, and members of the media.
Business Council of British Columbia (BCBC)
Offices: Vancouver, British Columbia
The Business Council of British Columbia is an association representing approximately 200 large and medium-sized enterprises engaged in business in British Columbia. Our members are drawn from all major sectors of the provincial economy, including forest products, mining, manufacturing, transportation, agri-food, telecommunications, information technology, financial services, energy, tourism, retail, construction, healthcare, education and the professions. The corporate members and the associations affiliated with the Business Council are responsible for one-quarter of all jobs in British Columbia.
Business Council of Fairfield County
Offices: Stamford, Connecticut
For over three decades, The Business Council has mobilized southwestern Connecticut's business, political and community leadership around issues critical to the region's viability as a business destination. As we navigate in this new millennium, The Business Council's leadership and expertise continue to be put to work in the areas of transportation planning, legislative advocacy, higher education, economic data collection and analysis, professional development, business leadership and non-profit capacity building.
Business Council of New York State (BCNYS)
Offices: Albany, New York
The Business Council of New York State is a statewide business organization, working to build an economic renaissance for New York State and its people. They pursue this mission in two basic ways: by advocating public policies that will improve the business climate, expand the economy and produce new jobs, and by providing services that help their member companies succeed in their businesses.
Business Council of Westchester
Offices: White Plains, New York
The Business Council of Westchester, previously known as The County Chamber of Commerce, is the county's largest business organization, with over 1100 major corporate, mid-size and small-business and professional member firms and individuals. The Business Council advocates for Westchester's business community at the local, state and federal levels and provides a wide variety of programs, information and services to meet the needs of its members. The Business Council of Westchester also provides a variety of programs, information and services to meet the needs of its members.