Welcome to the SBAC
We believe the success of small businesses is a critical component of local communities and the nation’s economy. The SBAC has spent the last decade alongside small business owners fighting for reasonable policies that foster a healthier small business environment - economically, socially, and culturally.
The SBAC’s non-partisan approach continues to shape local, state, and federal small business legislation.
Dale Carnegie - High Impact Presentations
Effective communication is critical in any role. Whether you are persuading colleagues, selling to a client, or energizing a team, the power of your presentation makes the difference between success and failure. This course teaches how to properly refine your presentation for maximum influence, credibility, and impact. Members of the SBAC receive a 20% discounted rate.
SBAC Women in Business
Join us to learn about the the short and long-term effects of the female and diversity recession caused by the pandemic, as well as the way businesses can facilitate change and authentically move forward.
"Bring a friend” to the meeting and help raise awareness and support for working women everywhere!
The Rebound Challenge
The SBAC and A Save Haven have teamed up once again to raise funds for the two organizations and their unique missions. Your support will help A Safe Haven continue providing crucial services to their homeless clients and power the SBAC’s fight for small businesses and local communities.
Check out all of SBAC President Elliot Richardson’s Daily Herald Business Ledger articles below 2022…Read More
SBAC Women In Business
The SBAC Women In Business is a community within the SBAC geared primarily to women business owners. Our goal is to promote equality, and community, supporting one another in generating ...
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