GBD, FAQ, AND YOU
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Q18: What Do Basic Members Get?
A: The benefits of a Basic Membership include:
Admission to All of GBD Public
Program. These events — 12 to 20 a year — span the gamut from
breakfast meetings to full conferences, all on issues of
international trade and investment;
Invitations to Members Only
Lunches and other Special Events;
Newsletter. Subscription to the
GBD Notebook, newsletters of the Global Business Dialogue.
Issues. Participation in the
development of GBD programs and publications;
Help with questions of trade and
investment policy where we can, as a practical matter, provide it;
Daily TTALK Quotes on trade and
investment, available on www.ttalk.biz and sent directly to your
Q 19: What at the Higher
A: The benefits increase as one moves up the membership ladder. A full
price list, complete with a discussion of benefits at each level, is
available upon request. In a nutshell, there are some special benefits
for GBD Patrons and Sponsors. However, because GBD is in the business of
fostering the public discussion of trade and investment policies, there
is relatively little of GBD’s work that is not accessible in some
fashion to all members.
Q20: What Does Membership Cost?
A: The price for one year's Basic Membership is $800.
It's the best bargain in trade policy.
Q21: How Can I join?
A: Lots of ways. You can:
Fill out the enrollment form on this
and mail it to GBD;
Sign up here at ww.gbdinc.org. Just click
Join GBD and
follow the prompts; or
Call the Global Business
Dialogue at (202) 463-5074 and let us take your
order over the phone. Q22.
Q 22: What Does GBD Look Like?
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Q23:What If I Have More
A: If you do, we want to hear them. Call us at (202) 463-5074 or send an
email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
The Global Business Dialogue
1140 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 950
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202) 463-5074
Fax: (202) 463-7075