Small Business Majority signs collaboration agreement with SBA
On August 22, Small Business Majority and Administrator Guzman officially signed an agreement to collaborate on a new monthly webinar series called ‘The Bottom Line.’ We were joined by small business owners and small business organizations to commemorate the new collaboration.
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White House staff and Small Business Majority discuss how the Inflation Reduction Act will benefit small businesses
On August 24, White House staff and Small Business Majority provided an overview of the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 and how it will benefit the small business ecosystem. Among the key provisions in the legislation are investments to increase access to healthcare, a fairer tax system, and climate change policies.
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Small businesses show support for Inflation Reduction Act 2022
On August 5, Small Business Majority submitted a letter to Congress that was signed by more than 250 small business owners and business organizations calling on legislators to pass the proposed Inflation Reduction Act as soon as possible.
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Small Business Majority submits letter to Congress in support of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022
On July 28, CEO and founder John Arensmeyer submitted a letter to Congressional leadership offering strong support for the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. The Inflation Reduction Act's provisions would improve access to healthcare for small businesses, increase tax enforcement on large corporations, and make meaningful climate change investments.
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Small Business Majority expands National Small Business Council
In June, Small Business Majority welcomed four new small business owners to our National Small Business Council. Talibah Bayles, Clifton Broumand, Geoffrey Meeker and Janna Rodriguez represent a variety of industries and states. We are looking forward to hearing their insights and learning from their experiences as entrepreneurs.
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Small Business Majority CEO testifies on workforce shortage solutions
On June 8, Small Business Majority CEO John Arensmeyer testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship to discuss workforce shortages and how this impacts small businesses. Among the solutions John gave were providing federal support for essential benefits like healthcare, paid family leave, and child care and promoting a more robust workforce pool.
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New survey: Small businesses share current business concerns and challenges with federal relief programs
On May 12, Small Business Majority released a new survey of its network to understand how small businesses are currently performing, and how they accessed federal relief programs to sustain their bottom lines during the pandemic.
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Senator Warren joins Small Business Majority to talk child care
On May 10, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) joined Small Business Majority to talk about the importance of child care in the small business ecosystem and why she is pushing for a bill in Congress to make child care more affordable. We were also joined by two small business owners from New York and Virginia who see the need to support small child care providers from two different perspectives.
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Free loan and resource matching tool now available for Fresno small businesses
Leveraging our MatchFinder technology, Funding Fresno connects small businesses owners in the Fresno region to resources, capital and business support through one easy form–when they need it, at the right time.
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Small Business Majority attends White House event on new executive order
On April 5, CEO John Arensmeyer was invited to the White House to witness President Biden sign a new executive order that proposes fixing the "family glitch" in the Affordable Care Act. This is an important change that will allow more small business owners, employees and their families access affordable healthcare.
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