The Conference Board
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The Conference Board has a long legacy of providing trusted insights to businesses and society in times of crisis. Founded in 1916, we became indispensable as a source of nonpartisan, fact-based insight into an American economy and workforce transformed by World War I—and the flu pandemic that followed. After the devastation of World War II, we helped shape the Marshall Plan.
Today, our experts in the US, China, Europe, and the Gulf region are at work on every angle of the current crisis. Our COVID-19 Hub provides essential resources, which is why we opened it up to the public, not just our members.
The Conference Board is the member-driven think tank that delivers trusted insights for what’s ahead. Founded in 1916, we are a not-for-profit entity holding 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt status in the United States. As such, your contribution may be tax deductible. Donors play an essential role in sustaining our quality research and insights by providing critical resources to support a wide range of projects. The individuals, corporations, and foundations that contribute to The Conference Board value the nonpartisan, practical research and insights we produce. To view a timeline of our history, click here.