American Business Conference (ABC)

American Business Conference (ABC),

Definition of American Business Conference (ABC):

  1. A non-partisan party that focuses on lobbying for mid-size businesses by promoting various initiatives that increase growth and provide Americans with a higher standard of living. The American Business Conference is composed of high-level executives such as Presidents, Chairmen, and Chief Officers of participating companies. The organization was founded in 1981 and combined with the Association of Publicly Traded Companies (APTC) in 2002 to form one organization.

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