Who We Are

The Business Continuity Coalition (BCC) brings together nearly 50 industries and companies, which represent more than 70 million workers, to develop a plan with policymakers and other stakeholders to protect American jobs and to limit future economic damage from pandemics and other national emergencies that cause business interruptions.

Closures and shutdowns caused by COVID-19 have significantly impacted the employees and operations of businesses across the country.

The BCC, representing the association, broadcasting, communications, construction, entertainment, events, gaming, healthcare, hospitality, housing, manufacturing, restaurant, retail and risk management industries, as well as the apartment, healthcare, industrial, office and retail real estate sectors, encourages policymakers to take urgent steps to prepare for future risks.

The BCC is advocating for a public/private business continuity insurance program that, in the event of a government-ordered shutdown, will enable employers to keep payrolls and supply chains intact, helping to limit job losses and furloughs, to reduce stress on the financial system, and to speed economic recovery when government-imposed limitations on operations are lifted.

The Business Continuity Coalition Members

American Gaming Association

American Hotel and Lodging Association

American Institute of Architects

American Land Title Association

American Resort Development Association

American Society of Association Executives

Appraisal Institute

Argentum

Associated General Contractors

Building Owners and Managers Association

CCIM Institute
CHAMPS Healthcare

CRE Finance Council

Exhibitions & Conferences Alliance

Fox Corporation

Health, Patio & Barbecue Association

Independent Film & Television Alliance

Institute for Portfolio Alternatives

Institute of Real Estate Management

International Association of Exhibitions and Events

Innovating Commerce Serving Communities

International Franchise Association

Live Nation

Marriott International

Motion Picture Association

NAIOP – Commercial Real Estate Development Association

Nareit

National Apartment Association

National Association of Broadcasters

National Association of Home Builders

National Association of Manufacturers

National Council for the Social Studies

National Football League

National Independent Venue Association

National Multifamily Housing Council

National Restaurant Association

National Retail Federation

NCTA – The Internet & Television Association

Partnership for New York City

RIMS, the Risk Management Society

Society of Independent Show Organizers

Sony Pictures Entertainment

The Center for Health Affairs

The Monitoring Association
The Real Estate Board of New York

The Real Estate Roundtable

ViacomCBS

The Walt Disney Company