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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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SBAC Sponsors Run to End Homelessness

By patti@sbacil.org | June 22, 2021

July 17th – July 25th The SBAC is proud to sponsor A Safe Haven’s Run/Walk to End Homelessness! This is a virtual event where you can Run or Walk and choose your distance. We would love for you to join the SBAC Team and run/walk with us.  Help us raise money to fight to end…

Elliot Richardson speaks with FOX 32 about #ChiBizStrong on June 19th.

By patti@sbacil.org | June 21, 2021

Elliot Richardson, SBAC President, speaks with FOX 32 about #ChiBizStrong and stopping politics from derailing important reforms for business. Please translate this page to the language of your choice. Supporters Fifth Third Bank Saul Ewing Arnstein Lehr Inland Bank Ntiva Daily Herald Tandem HR Interprenet Signature Bank Lexitas Empower Korey Richardson Open One Solutions Freeborn…

Are Illinois politicians supporting small businesses?

By patti@sbacil.org | June 15, 2021

Illinois politicians have completed their spring legislative session. The Democrats, who hold a supermajority in both legislative chambers, proclaim their budget supports the small business community. That budget allocates $300 million for the Back to Business grant program, presumably to be awarded to small businesses struggling to recover from the pandemic. The budget also includes…

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