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Big Win for Chicago Home Based Businesses

Big Win for Chicago Home Based Businesses

"This is a crucial time to support entrepreneurs with the dream of launching and growing their businesses in Chicago. This ordinance will unleash Chicagoans looking to build a business that will support local communities,” said SBAC co-founder and President Elliot Richardson. “We appreciate the support and leadership of Chairman Villegas in moving this ordinance forward. We are also thankful to the Aldermen and Alderwomen who sponsored the ordinance and those at the City who we worked with on home-based business reform."

 

Chicago Sun-Times: Chicago Relaxes Licensing Rules for Home-Based Businesses - Chicago Sun-Times (suntimes.com)

 

Block Club Chicago: Home-Based Businesses Would Face Less Red Tape Under City Proposal (blockclubchicago.org)

 

Media Advisory: More Room for Chicagoans to Grow Home Based Businesses

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Secretary of State Candidate Forum

By diego@sbacil.org | May 12, 2022

Thank you State Representative Brady, City Clerk Anna Valencia, and Alderman David Moore for joining us last week at our Illinois Secretary of State Candidate’s Forum! The Secretary of State’s office provides important services to small businesses and can help improve the confidence the small business community has in our government. Hear opening statements from…

SBAC Empower Presents: What to Ask Before Opening Your Doors

By patti@sbacil.org | May 5, 2022

What to Ask Before You Open Your Door SBAC Empower partners with Logan Square Chamber of Commerce to present a Q&A session on Zoning, Real Estate and Funding aimed at small business owners looking to open a new business in the city of Chicago. Click on the Video to open in YouTube and jump to…

REVITALIZATION IN THE NEWS: Chicago Recovery Grants

By jake@sbacil.org | May 4, 2022

“City funding will support more than $137 million in neighborhood investments.” Twenty-six new and expanded restaurants, health centers, cultural institutions and other neighborhood improvement projects will move forward through more than $33.5 million in Chicago Recovery Plan (CRP) grants announced by Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and City officials.   This funding is all available through…

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