USCBC Membership Application

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How to Apply:

  1. Please complete the questions below.
  2. Provide an annual report or financial statement showing parent company gross revenue, if applicable (see Annual Dues).
  3. Enclose the dues payment or mark the "Please bill" box below.


Membership in the US-China Business Council (USCBC) is available to American corporations or other business entities incorporated in the United States that are currently doing or have the capability of doing business directly with the People’s Republic of China. Foreign companies with one or more offices incorporated in the United States may also be eligible, but are approved for membership on a case-by-case basis. Trade associations, government-affiliated, and academic institutions are not eligible for membership.

Annual Dues
For most companies, annual dues are assessed based on sales or gross revenue (whichever is higher) for the fiscal year immediately preceding the date of the application. Applicants must consolidate their sales or gross revenue with that of all parents, subsidiaries, branches, or similar entities that are more than 50 percent owned or otherwise controlled by them, or by which applicants are more than 50 percent owned or otherwise controlled.
Select whichever is higher
Principally legal/accounting/consulting services firms

Please send your most recent annual report or accountant’s report to Ann Marie Novock at [email protected] with your company name and "Annual Report Justification" in the subject line. Your application cannot be processed without this information. (If your firm is a private entity, you must provide an accountant’s statement confirming approximate annual sales/revenue.)

For venture capital or private equity firms, the fee is assessed on the sum of funds under management.
Company Information
Parent Company Information
Primary Contact Person (Company’s Principal Representative to USCBC)

Please provide information on the company’s principal representative for China business to whom all communications, inquiries, and dues notices from the USCBC should be addressed (US-based representative preferred):