Register for the third in a series of National Small Business Town Halls at 12 p.m. Eastern, Friday April 10, to get the information you need about federal relief for small business owners,
Turns out a historic $2.2 trillion stimulus package might not be anywhere near enough to help small business owners get through the coronavirus crisis. As Washington debates another $250 billion in stimulus, business owners still haven't seen much relief. Banks are overwhelmed, guidance remains unclear, and business owners are rightfully concerned and frustrated.
Inc., in partnership with the US Chamber of Commerce, is on a mission to help business owners get the information necessary to navigate important government programs and to keep their businesses running during this unprecedented time.
Join us for a virtual National Small Business Town Hall on Friday, April 10, at noon Eastern time. We'll have Inc. editor-at-large Kimberly Weisul, hosting a fireside chat with Neil Bradley, the Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. They'll discuss new guidelines for contractors and self-employed people, the changing landscape for startups, and new funding that is expected to come online.
After the fireside chat, we'll be taking your most urgent questions, with a panel of experts on-hand to get you the answers you need.
- Bridget Weston, Acting CEO, SCORE Association
- Sarah Jennings, CPA, CFE, and CAE, director and principal at Maner Costerisan
- Tanya Motta, CalAsian Chamber of Commerce
Watch a recording of the full webinar from our second National Small Business Town Hall on April 4, 2020, above, and the first in the series here: