Media Advisory: Sen. Lena Taylor and Rep. LaKeshia Myers Teaming up with Small Business Groups to Host Policy Roundtable for Black Entrepreneurs
WHAT: The offices of State Senator Lena Taylor and State Representative LaKeshia Myers are partnering with Small Business Majority and the African American Chamber of Wisconsin for a roundtable discussion with entrepreneurs. The interactive discussion will focus on how lawmakers can better support black-owned businesses through policy. Attendees will also learn how storytelling as a small business advocate can promote local and statewide change, and will have the opportunity to network with other entrepreneurs from their community.
WHEN: Wednesday, December 11 at 2:30pm to 4:00pm CST
WHERE: Concordia University, Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center Building, Room 320, 12800 North Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, WI 53097
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please visit www.eventbrite.com/e/engage-and-empower-supporting-black-small-businesses-through-policy-registration-82964271369
TO REQUEST AN INTERVIEW OR RSVP AS A MEMBER OF THE MEDIA: Contact Cassie Mills, Vice President of Communications for Small Business Majority: (312) 448-8291 or [email protected].
Small Business Majority was founded and is run by small business owners to ensure America’s entrepreneurs are a key part of a thriving and inclusive economy. We actively engage our network of more than 58,000 small business owners in support of public policy solutions and deliver information and resources to entrepreneurs that promote small business growth. Our extensive scientific polling, focus groups and economic research help us educate and inform policymakers, the media and other stakeholders about key issues impacting small businesses and freelancers. Learn more about us on our website and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
The African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin champions the growth and sustainability of African American owned businesses by providing access to capital, education and advocacy through capacity building and strategic partnerships. The chamber envisions strong African American owned businesses and entrepreneurs in Wisconsin that promote the economic vibrancy of our community by providing limitless opportunities in the workplace.