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In our 2nd year of actively and ardently working to revitalize neighborhoods throughout Chicago, we thought we'd bring a fresh new look to the incredible work that the SBAC and a robust group of chamber partners have spearheaded. We continue to advocate for policy reform to reduce vacancies, cut unnecessary red tape for small businesses and property owners, and change the outlook for many communities throughout Chicagoland.

Learn more by checking out the Neighborhood Revitalization Coalition (NRC)'s website and get involved now.

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Insights Archive

The Healthcare Protection Act: What Small Business Owners Should Know About the Bill

By emma@sbacil.org | May 1, 2024

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Small Business Economic Impact Analysis Template

By natalia.borowska | April 30, 2024

Small Business Economic Impact Analysis Template Rule change: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________   NAICS 2-digit codes of small businesses being impacted: ___________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________   Estimated number of small businesses being impacted: _____________________________________________________   List how the rule will impact the following categories for a small business:         Hiring and staffing: _____________________________________________________________________________________    …

Transforming Vacant Properties into Thriving Small Businesses

By emma@sbacil.org | April 8, 2024

SBAC INSIGHTS PAGE The SBAC is thrilled to announce an innovative and important program that will support small businesses and revitalize disinvested Chicago communities. Partnering with Allies for Community Business (A4CB), and with support from We Rise Together: For an Equitable & Just Recovery, we have launched a program that will connect the owners of…

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