TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE FOUNDATION
The Texas Association of Business and Chambers of Commerce Foundation (TABCCF) is a registered 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing sound research on policy issues that impact the business community. The sister organization to the Texas Association of Business (TAB), TABCCF’s primary focus is supporting in-depth studies on critical policy issues impacting Texans, our economy, and the Texas business climate.
Texas Association of Business Chambers of Commerce Foundation (TABCCF)
Thought Leadership in Public Policy
TABCCF serves as the research backbone for the TAB advocacy team, driving informed policy decisions at the Texas and U.S. Capitol.
Supported by major grants and donations from some of the nation’s most prestigious foundations and corporations, our dynamic research and convening power goes beyond conventional reports by translating data and anecdotes into actionable policy initiatives.
Concentration on critical policy categories that form the bedrock of Texas' competitiveness.
Workforce and Education: Crafting strategies for a skilled workforce to drive economic growth.
International Trade: Facilitating global partnerships to enhance Texas' economic standing.
Healthcare: Addressing healthcare challenges to ensure the well-being of our communities.
Energy: Supporting policies that encourage a diverse generation fleet - both nonrenewable and renewable - required for sustainable organic economic growth, corporate relocation, and a reliable, cost-efficient grid so that Texas will remain the energy capital of the world.
Environment: Promoting policies that balance economic growth with environmental stewardship.
Technology and Innovation: Fostering a culture of innovation to propel Texas to the forefront of technological advancements.
All contributions to the TABCCF are tax-deductible, aligning with the IRS code for 501(c)(3) organizations.
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