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Venturize: Get on the path to business success

Venturize is a free online resource hub for small business owners like you who need help accessing tools and resources to grow their businesses. Managed by Small Business Majority, Venturize offers unbiased education and resources about small business loans, retirement and healthcare to empower entrepreneurs to make the best financial decisions for their business. We also help small businesses get connected to trusted local providers that can help their enterprises grow. 

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Survey: More than 1 in 3 small businesses won’t survive past the next three months without additional financial relief

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Small Business Majority
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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

This is the fifth in a series of COVID-19 related surveys Small Business Majority has released of its network. Over time Small Business Majority has tracked the economic conditions facing small businesses, how well federal stimulus programs have served its network, the small business owners' views of proposed stimulus provisions, and other issues of importance. 

Meet our Outreach Team -- Latavia

Small Business Majority’s Outreach Team advocates for entrepreneurs on two fronts: It supports policies that would benefit small firms, and it offers workshops and events that help small business owners grow their companies. We have found this work to be even more important during this global health and economic crisis. 

This week we are spotlighting Latavia Pineda, Small Business Majority’s new Southern California Outreach Manager, to let small business owners know how our team members can assist them.

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Small Business Majority files amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the Affordable Care Act

Small Business Majority filed an amicus brief today with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Texas v. U.S., which has challenged the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The brief urges the Supreme Court to fully uphold the Affordable Care Act and outlines how the law has benefited small businesses, self-employed entrepreneurs and small business employees who previously struggled to access quality, affordable health coverage.

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Small Business Majority Urges Congress to Pass Relief Bill

Today, Small Business Majority sent a letter to Congressional leaders urging them to pass a comprehensive and robust COVID-19 relief package. This week kicks off National Small Business Week when just last week, new data revealed small businesses across the country are closing permanently. The consequences of not passing a relief package that includes more funding for small businesses would be catastrophic. 

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Small Business Owner Submits Testimony on Experience with Predatory Lending

Today, Johnathon Bush, small business owner of Not Just Cookies in Chicago, Illinois, submitted his testimony for the U.S. House Committee on Small Business's hearing on Transparency in Small Business Lending. Johnathon details the harmful impacts that a lack of transparency in small business lending has done to his business, which he built from the ground up.

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Small Business Majority Submits Comment of Support for Paid Leave to the Department of Labor

Today, Small Business Majority submitted a comment for the Department of Labor's Request for Information outlining how paid leave policies support small businesses and their bottom lines. Commonsense paid leave policies support our evolving entrepreneurial community while ensuring small businesses can compete on a level playing field. 

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Small Business Majority Survey: State of small business six months into the COVID-19 pandemic

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Small Business Majority
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Thursday, August 27, 2020

Small Business Majority released its fourth survey of its national network of 70,000 small business owners conducted during the pandemic to assess the current state of small business and gauge their views on possible relief measures. The survey also revealed the extent to which PPP and EIDL have served small businesses during the crisis. The survey found many small businesses continue to face an uncertain future without additional relief, with 1 in 4 reporting they won't survive past three months and 16% considering bankruptcy. 

Small Business Majority Survey: Small business owners at their breaking point, need additional stimulus relief

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Small Business Majority
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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

As Congress continues to debate the next round of stimulus relief, Small Business Majority surveyed its national network of small business owners to gauge their views on key small business proposals currently on the table. The survey results highlight a number of issues that need to be taken into consideration while finalizing these proposals and reveal that the clock will run out for many of our nation’s small businesses if help doesn’t arrive soon. 

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