Quantifying your economic footprint

In today’s environment, more attention is being paid to a company’s economic footprint in the United States and abroad. A company’s economic footprint extends well beyond its own employment – it also includes employment arising from its supply chain (i.e., indirect impact) and purchases made out of compensation received by its own and supply chain employees (i.e., induced impact).

The National Economics and Statistics (NES) team helps businesses and industries quantify their economic footprint by measuring their direct, indirect, and induced economic contributions, including employment, payroll, taxes borne, and value added, at the international, national, state, county, and Congressional district levels.

We can help you with:

  • Quantifying the economic contributions of existing operations
  • Determining the potential impact of adding new facilities
  • Identifying and measuring your social contributions, such as philanthropy, diversity, and sustainability

Sample studies:

Contribution of General Aviation to the US Economy in 2013

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Economic Impacts of the Oil and Natural Gas Industry on the US Economy in 2011

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The Economic Impact of Franchised Businesses

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