50 small business owners make their voices heard on Capitol Hill at our Small Business Policy Forum

Our 2017 Small Business Policy Forum brought 50 small business owners from across the country to the nation's capital to discuss how to promote policy reform that will help small businesses thrive.

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  1. The Small Business Policy Forum began bright and early Tuesday, October 17th as small business owners from across the country gathered at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
  2. Small Businesses rockin' DC...making our voices heard on tax reform, access to capital, women's entrepreneurship, infrastructure and my personal favorite, healthcare. #nationalpressclub #smlbizforum17 #washingtondc #smallbusiness
    Small Businesses rockin' DC...making our voices heard on tax reform, access to capital, women's entrepreneurship, infrastructure and my personal favorite, healthcare. #nationalpressclub #smlbizforum17 #washingtondc #smallbusiness
  3. Attendees began the Policy Forum with a full-day of discussion panels and interactive sessions on hot-button topics that impact small businesses including tax reform, healthcare and changes to the Affordable Care Act and access to responsible capital. Each topic was led by panelists and issue experts who facilitated discussion and shared their experiences with the group, followed by an opportunity for the attendees to ask questions and provide feedback.
  4. Small Business Policy Forum "Advancing The New Small Business Agenda".
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Interactive Roundtables: Policies to Boost Women's Entrepreneurship
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    Small Business Policy Forum "Advancing The New Small Business Agenda". ___ Interactive Roundtables: Policies to Boost Women's Entrepreneurship #smlbizforum17
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