About the GFCC
The Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils (GFCC) is a global multi-stakeholder membership organization founded in 2010 with a footprint spanning more than 30 nations. The GFCC is committed to disseminating best practices to accelerate productivity, growth, and prosperity for countries, regions, and cities. The GFCC does that through high-level networking and events, in-depth conversations, advice, and education. For the GFCC, a prosperous society is one driven by innovation, partnership, resilience, inclusiveness, and sustainability.
The GFCC’s Purpose
Augment the capacity of leaders and economies around the globe to accelerate innovation, build competitiveness, and increase prosperity.
The GFCC’s Offer
Access to a highly selective and trustable global network of leaders, world-class knowledge, and accelerated learning.
Board of Trustees
What members say about the GFCC
INNOVATION DIRECTOR | National Confederation of Industry (CNI)
CNI-MEI has benefited from being a GFCC member by connecting Brazilian industrial companies to top universities, researchers, and global entrepreneurs to promote innovation.
The GFCC community spans
GFCC members include private sector councils on competitiveness, industry organizations, government agencies, global corporations, and leading research universities. Members bring unique and diverse expertise in various industries, geographies, and knowledge areas. Members commit to paying membership dues yearly to secure their placement in the network and help the organization achieve its mission.
In addition to members, the GFCC network includes over 50 fellows. GFCC fellows are thought leaders and professionals with proven and impactful track records in business, government, and research or civil society organizations. Fellows are part of the GFCC network by invitation only.
The richness and knowledge in the GFCC network are leveraged through global events, initiatives, and member-only opportunities to share best practices.