The Small Business Advocacy Council Announces The 5th Annual Healthcare Summit & The Business Event

CHICAGO, Sept. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Small Business Advocacy Council, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council and Jewish B2B Networking will be co-hosting the 5th Annual Healthcare Summit & The Business Event. The annual event will be held on November 10th at the Drury Lane Theater and Conference Center in Oakbrook Terrace, IL. This year’s event will feature keynote speaker, David DiLoreto, M.D., CEO of Presence … more


SBAC + MCHC + JB2B Networking Present Healthcare Summit

As consumerism in healthcare grows, it is essential for the healthcare and business communities to collaborate. The Healthcare Summit combined with the Business Event is a step to continued collaboration. Chicago’s small business and hospital communities had formed a powerful partnership through MCHC and SBAC. Together these organizations are working to stabilize the costs of … more


SBAC/Land of Lincoln Health Plan

Have you been unable to obtain affordable health insurance coverage or are high premiums negatively impacting your small business? The Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC) and Land of Lincoln Health have teamed up to help small business owners lower out-of-pocket medical expenses. This plan provides comprehensive coverage including essential health benefits such as doctor visits, … more


This Is What It Takes To Put Up A Sign In Chicago

“New businesses display signs to reach potential customers,” said Elliot Richardson, co-CEO of the Small Business Advocacy Council. “However, the process for displaying a sign in Chicago must be streamlined. We look forward to working with the City of Chicago and our aldermen on this important initiative that will empower the small business community.”


Illinois is facing an unprecedented fiscal and political crisis!

Our politicians will not pass a budget, balance the books or enact the reforms needed to strengthen Illinois’ economy. Without a budget, the state is projected to spend billions more than it will receive in revenue this year. The state’s current bill backlog stands at $6.2 billion and it is estimated to accumulate over $8.5 billion … more


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