Standards help companies across the United States to reduce costs, increase efficiencies, facilitate market access, and gain more competitive advantage.
By filling out the form on the right side of the page, you are demonstrating your recognition that standards and conformity assessment are a vital component of the U.S. economy.
We’ll add you to our mailing list and keep you apprised of the status of the initiative. And you may see your comments about how standards boost your bottom line posted throughout this website.
Showing your support by filling out the form is just the first step. Here are some more suggestions of ways you can support our nation’s robust standardization system
and the many entities that make our success possible:
Educate your colleagues and executive leadership
Without a proper understanding of the value of standards and conformance, some organizations have seen standards development as a logical place to
start making cuts – both in terms of funding and manpower. Take a look at the toolkit for some valuable resources that will help you show your colleagues – in concrete,
easy-to-understand terms – just how important standards and conformance are to their business
View the toolkit
Submit a case study with results-oriented metrics
Do you have a great standards or conformance success story? Tell us about it and we will put it up on the case studies page for all to see. We need to show executives
how standards and conformance are increasing efficiency, saving money, and earning and maintaining market access, and concise, results-focused case studies
are a great way to do it.
View the case studies
Become a partner
Your financial support of this effort will broaden the reach of the Standards Boost Business message. With your assistance, we can get advertorials
and messaging in business publications, build a robust promotional campaign, and ensure that executives from all industries are exposed to the
strategic importance of standardization. Becoming a sponsor also gives you an opportunity to get greater exposure for your organization and
your own standardization success stories.
Learn more about partnership