About this webinar
Due to the spread of COVID-19, millions of small businesses have been forced to close their doors, and some may never recover. Now more than ever, small business issues are taking center stage in state and federal policy discussions as legislators recognize the importance of entrepreneurship to our economy and act to implement policies to help small businesses through this crisis. But, how do we ensure these policy actions truly benefit entrepreneurs, and how do we keep the conversation focused on small businesses post-pandemic?
Join the Kauffman Foundation and Small Business Majority for a conversation about how stakeholder groups and business organizations can continue to support small business needs during the COVID-19 crisis and keep up the momentum as we move toward a recovery phase.
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David Chase directs Small Business Majority's outreach and engagement teams across the nation in their work organizing and engaging small business owners. He also directs Small Business Majority's state policy and advocacy and our national and state healthcare policy work.
Brian oversees Small Business Majority's Entrepreneurship Program and Venturize.org platform, which deliver key education and resources to entrepreneurs seeking to start and grow their business. He builds partnerships with organizations that serve small business owners, evaluates the program's ac...
Small Business Majority is a national small business advocacy organization, founded and run by small business owners to ensure America's entrepreneurs are a key part of a thriving and inclusive economy.
Jennifer Kelly is a program officer – policy in Entrepreneurship for the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, where she manages a portfolio of grants and programmatic activities designed to improve public policy for entrepreneurs.
SMALL BUSINESS MAJORITY www.smallbusinessmajority.org
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