The Agenda for Wisconsin’s Entrepreneurs
Small Business Majority has created a comprehensive state policy agenda to ensure entrepreneurship is at the center of a thriving and inclusive economy in Wisconsin. The state’s nearly 440,000 small businesses employ 1.2 million people (about half of the private workforce) and created more than 68,000 jobs in 2016. This is why it’s critical that state lawmakers enact policies that support and empower these entrepreneurs, guaranteeing they have access to capital to start and grow their business, affordable and quality healthcare and benefits programs that will make it easier for them to attract and retain talented employees. To achieve these goals, legislators should consider the policy proposals outlined below.