“The Bottom Line” webinar series brings together SBA officials, small business advocates, and economics experts to discuss ways to address the economic challenges facing small businesses today.
Washington, August 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — on Monday, August 22nd, administrator Isabella Casillas Guzmanthe head of US Small Business Administration (SBA) The voices of America’s 33 million small businesses in President Biden’s Cabinet. John ArlensmeyerFounder and CEO of Small Business Majority, Shortly after President Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act, we signed a co-sponsorship agreement to partner on a new webinar series, “The Bottom Line,” to provide SBA tools and resources to small and medium-sized businesses across America to address timely economic challenges. introduced to the company. .
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“This partnership between SBA and the Small Business Majority will help expand and deepen SBA’s outreach network and connect with small businesses and entrepreneurs in every corner of the country. With the incredible network support of the SBA, the SBA has helped small businesses get relief from the American Relief Plan to turn around and survive during COVID. The joint training series comes at a critical time as small businesses continue to navigate inflation, supply chain disruptions and workforce challenges.” Director Guzman said. “Small Business Majority will provide relevant educational webinars and educate small business owners on the important resources SBA provides to strengthen their balance sheets and take advantage of infrastructure investment and employment law opportunities and benefits. , CHIPS and the Science Act, and the Reducing Inflation Act will reduce health and energy costs, strengthen the clean energy economy and supply chains, and reduce the federal budget deficit. while shrinking the entrepreneurial path to success in the American Dream.”
It was announced following the passage of President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). The bill opens the door to enacting stronger, more targeted policies that benefit Americans and small business owners who are still weathering the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, such as cutting health care and energy costs. Open To reduce the federal deficit and invest in clean energy solutions that create new opportunities for small manufacturers, the SBA and the majority of small businesses are helping entrepreneurs deal with inflation, supply chain disruptions, labor shortages, and IRAs. We promised to help you get through the challenges, including other issues that arise. .
Through these webinars, members of the small business community will connect to a wide range of SBA and resource partner tools and strategies for long-term, sustainable growth, facilitate networking, and gain insight into the policy priorities of the Biden-Harris administration. You can get
“Small business ownership is a powerful force that can help address economic inequalities and build dignity.” Said John Arlensmeyerfounder and CEO of Small Business Majority. “A healthy entrepreneurial ecosystem provides innovative pathways for women, people of color, youth, veterans, people with disabilities, immigrants, and rural residents to enter the mainstream of the American economy and build income and independence. We at SBA provide a useful knowledge base of tools and resources to help strengthen your business ecosystem and support your drive to confident entrepreneurship.”
The first webinar in this series is September 6 (Tue), titled “How to Fight Inflation as a Small Business Owner.” This session will outline operational strategies, financing options, and resources to help business owners address inflation, and partner his collaborations with organizations such as the Urban League, National Community Reinvestment Coalition, and Prosperity Now. .
The SBA and Small Business Majority lower barriers to opportunity for small businesses and businesses, empowering entrepreneurs, especially those in resource-strapped sectors, to achieve equitable access to capital, essential profits, and sustainable growth. We are unwaveringly committed to securing a solid path to
For more information on “The Bottom Line” webinar series, please visit: https://smallbusinessmajority.org/events/the-bottom-line-webinar-series-with-the-sba. aAdditional information about SBA’s funding opportunities can be found at www.sba.gov/funding-programs.
Co-Sponsorship Grant Number: 22-42-C: SBA’s participation in this co-sponsorship activity does not constitute an endorsement of the views, opinions, products, or services of the co-sponsor or any other person or entity. All his SBA programs and services are open to the public without discrimination.
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About the US Small Business Administration
The US Small Business Administration helps advance the American dream of business ownership. As the sole go-to resource and voice of federally-backed small businesses, the SBA empowers entrepreneurs and small business owners to help start, grow, expand, or recover from a declared crisis. We provide the resources and support you need. disaster. We deliver our services through an extensive network of SBA field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations. For more information, please visit www.sba.gov.
About Small Business Majority
Small Business Majority is a national small business organization that helps America’s diverse entrepreneurs build a thriving, equitable economy. We partner with a network of over 85,000 small businesses and over 1,500 business and community organizations to resource entrepreneurs and advocate for public policy solutions that foster inclusive small business growth. Our work is underpinned by extensive research and deep connections with the small business community. This allows us to educate our stakeholders on key issues affecting American entrepreneurs. A particular focus is on small businesses and those facing systemic inequalities.Learn more about us on our website and follow us twitterFacebook, Instagram.
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