Conference Board audio recordings

About this collection

    The Conference Board is a business membership and research organization whose mission is to “To provide the world's leading organizations with the practical knowledge they need to improve their performance and better serve society.” The Conference Board was founded in 1916 by eleven major trade associations in the United States as the National Industrial Conference Board and renamed The Conference Board in 1970.
    The Conference Board organizes conferences and events which center around three major topics: Corporate Leadership, Economy and Business Environment, and Human Capital. The conference speakers are leading business and subject experts and seek to discuss emerging trends, challenges, and solutions. There are hundreds of conferences, seminars, and events a year. As part of its ongoing function as a lobbying group and publicist for American business, it produced hundreds of research reports on economic and social issues facing the United States.
    This collection contains primarily audio recordings and accompanying paper documents including pamphlets, programs, booklets and other materials documenting conferences, meetings, workshops, and forums hosted or attended by the Conference Board. This collection has not been fully digitized or made available online.

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