Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara invite you to a virtual town hall on insurance issues and available resources for small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small Business Majority provides a suite of educational programs and resources to small business owners, their employees and self-employed entrepreneurs to empower them to start and grow their enterprises. We do through this educational presentations and roundtable discussions, as well as by providing online resources, newsletters, videos and more. We partner with national, state and local business organizations to co-host in-person and online events and share important updates and information to small business owners. We also help small business owners in key states understand how legislation being debated in the state capitol would affect them.
Along with our busy Washington D.C. office, we have offices in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, and Atlanta.
Upcoming Events Nationwide
Small Business Majority, Gusto and the Association for Enterprise Opportunity (AEO) invite you to participate in this interactive learning lab as we discuss organizational recovery and the role of new financial resources.
Congress is home for campaign season! Small Business Majority and CAMEO invite you to join us for a weekly virtual update where we will discuss small business policy and regulatory updates that may or may not impact your small business.
This November, business owners will have a lot to consider when reading their ballots and deciding how to vote. The purpose of this educational session is to increase dialogue on a question that Colorado voters will answer: whether or not to repeal the Gallagher Amendment.
The line between employee and independent contractor can be confusing for in-home child care providers. While childcare providers are often small business owners, if you decide to hire someone to work in your home, you are an employer, too!