Private sector leaders and forward-thinking businesses that share a commitment to the Dialogue’s mission join the Corporate Program. Members include Apple, BMW, Chevron, Citigroup, Google, Mitsubishi and Walmart, to name several.
Corporate Program members participate in important ways. Business executives are among the featured speakers at our events and regularly comment in our highly-regarded Latin America Advisor. They also provide valuable input on existing Dialogue activities and offer fresh ideas for new programs. Importantly, their companies’ financial support helps sustain the quality of our work and makes new projects possible.
The Dialogue works hard to make membership of value through:
Members receive invitations to some 70 private meetings and public forums organized by the Dialogue each year. They have the option to participate in live webcasts of most of these sessions, as well as select private events.
The Dialogue’s highly-regarded Latin America Advisor covers regional developments and calls on the most informed experts to analyze timely and pressing issues. Members can also choose to receive sector-specific publications on energy and financial sector trends, and can access a searchable archive with more than 3,000 editions of the Advisor.
Members have opportunities for personal briefings with senior Dialogue staff—an influential and diverse group of experts who have made our organization rank among the top 25 most-cited think tanks in the US media. Members also receive the Dialogue’s publications and articles, which provide timely analysis on key issues in the hemisphere.
We invite you to bring your company into the Dialogue’s Corporate Program. Click here to download our Corporate Program brochure. Contact Erik Brand, corporate program director, at email@example.com or +1-952-892-0177 to discuss membership options.
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