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The Committee for Economic Development
Merges With The Conference Board

On January 1, 2015, The Conference Board and the Committee for Economic Development (CED) merged, bringing together two of the longest standing and most respected non-profit, non-partisan voices in US and global business and policy. CED maintains an independent membership, which includes allowing senior executives to have a voice in the formulation of reasoned policy solutions in the nation’s interest. Below are some distinct ways in which the merger benefits both groups.

How members of The Conference Board benefit from CED:

  • Access to CED research and reports
  • Access to CED experts
  • Complimentary admission to CED’s bi-annual conferences

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How CED members benefit from The Conference Board:

  • Access to research, reports, and webinars
  • Access to experts
  • Depending on your membership level, complimentary passes and/or discounts to conferences and events