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SBAC Action Call: Time For Policymakers To Deliver a Small Business Package

SBAC Action Call: Time For Policymakers To Deliver a Small Business Package

Many small and local businesses closed during the pandemic while others continue fighting to keep their doors open. The small business community has galvanized around a package of policy proposals. These policies will provide crucial support to small businesses and local communities. They will grow the Illinois workforce and economy.

The small business package is here!

Illinois politicians need to hear how important the small business package is from you. Please take a moment to fill out the action call below.

The small business package will support small businesses and create jobs. Together we can make our voices heard!

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CRMIG

By patti@sbacil.org | February 1, 2020

  Records Management Services CRMIG is based in the Chicagoland area of Illinois. We offer professional services focused on Records Management and Information Governance. With well over 25 years of experience in the records management field. When it comes to records, most organizations are overwhelmed.  This is typically due to the fact that they don’t have…

COACHING FINANCIAL CONCEPTS

By patti@sbacil.org | January 31, 2020

Smart, observant, objective resources to improve performance, plan strategies – help you reach the top, and stay on top.  Teams, of course, also need coaches, to get the best results… and win. Sports is not just a handy metaphor. Winning the game gives us serious lessons to follow in money matters, like the need for…

DAILY HERALD BUSINESS LEDGER

By patti@sbacil.org | January 30, 2020

The Daily Herald Business Ledger is the business resource for suburban Chicago. We inform and educate through a distinctive mix that includes print, digital, and events. For the Reader, Daily Herald Business Ledger is the primary source of local business news and information in suburban Chicago. For the Advertiser, Daily Herald Business Ledger provides access to the executive readers…

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