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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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RISE Act 2020

R.I.S.E. Act

By steve@sbacil.org | November 9, 2020

READ HB-0801 HERE READ SB-2490 HERE TAKE ACTION Recovery Initiative to Support Employment Small businesses in many industries are struggling and as a result, have no choice but to layoff valued employees. Entrepreneurs and independent contractors in the fields most impacted by the pandemic are also losing their businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic has been unforgiving…

SBAC Women in Business Present Part 2 – Racial Injustice

By steve@sbacil.org | November 9, 2020

Post content here. Talking Candidly About Anti-Racism   What is My Role, My Business’ Role and the Greater Community’s Role?   On July 21st, the SBAC WIB held a very well-received virtual event on better understanding racial injustice. We heard from four engaging and prominent black and brown female panelists who candidly shared their perspectives…

Michael Bempah speaks about Minority Contracting on WVON

By steve@sbacil.org | November 9, 2020

Michael Bempah, SBAC Board Member and owner of Pinpoint Precision Engineering, speaks with Perri Small on WVON about minority contracting.  The SBAC is pushing forward reforms to help minority contractors receive their fair share of government contracts.  These reforms are needed now! To listen to the interview, click HERE. To learn more about our efforts,…

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