Join the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) and Small Business Majority to learn how one idea can start creating the pieces to entrepreneurship.
Maine Small Business Owner Highlight
Join the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) and Small Business Majority to learn the simple steps needed to start your business. Need help with how to develop your idea?
Join the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) and Small Business Majority to learn how to create a business plan using 8-simple steps. This webinar will teach you how to create your business plan and learn about Corporation Types for your business.
In honor of National Women’s Small Business Month, join Small Business Majority and Women’s Economic Ventures for an insightful virtual event.
On May 25, Small Business Majority's Vice President of Policy and Advocacy David Chase provided testimony before the Joint Standing Committee on Labor and Housing, in regards to LD 1964.
On April 10, Small Business Majority's Vice President, Policy & Advocacy David Chase submitted letters to policymakers and elected officials in support of establishing a state-run paid family and medical leave program for Mainers.
Scientific opinion polling shows small business owners in Maine and New Hampshire believe government can play an important role in creating financial incentives that help small businesses take energy efficiency measures. As the drivers of the economy, small businesses want lawmakers to do what they were sent to Washington to do, including holding an up or down vote on nominees to lead government agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency.
Small business owners in Maine strongly believe the country needs to move toward clean energy and that new energy policies will transform the economy and help them create new jobs. They support comprehensive clean energy and climate legislation currently being discussed in the US Senate. Support for a climate and energy bill from Senators Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins would be a winner with small business owners back home.
Small Business Majority and Main Street Alliance commissioned opinion surveys of small business owners in 7 states across the country to learn their attitudes toward the clean energy bill being debated in Washington.
The poll showed that among small businesses, there is strong support for the clean energy and climate legislation currently being debated; small businesses believe that moving the country to clean energy is a smart way to restart the economy and help small businesses create jobs. A majority of those polled want their business to be part of a new clean energy economy.