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The SBAC has significantly impacted the small business community since 2010.  From reducing LLC fees to championing legislation focused on reducing premiums for small businesses and increasing transparency to understand better what drives health insurance costs.

Our mission has always been to fight alongside small business advocates to enact policies that support small businesses, their employees, and our economy.  And we love when our community responds to us in words or videos. It means the world to us and keeps the momentum going as we continue to secure BIG wins!

With that - check out our new Testimonial page with videos, words of support and a fresh new look.

And if you'd like to add your words of support to the page - there's a link for that too.  Thank you for all you do to help us help the small business community.  Together we are strong.

Insights Archive

The SBAC Heads to Springfield to Fight for the Small Business Community

By emma@sbacil.org | April 8, 2024

Download SBAC Lobby Day Brochure here SBAC INSIGHTS PAGE The Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC) is gearing up for a crucial visit to the capital on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, as the legislative session commences in our state capital. Building upon the successes of the previous year, we are determined to make significant strides for…

WGN News Highlights Policy Change for Vacant Storefronts

By emma@sbacil.org | February 27, 2024

Help Us Reduce Vacancies in Local Communities! SBAC INSIGHTS PAGE WGN News Highlights Policy Change for Vacant Storefronts Vacant storefronts litter neighborhood business districts in disinvested communities, causing blight, impacting safety, and depressing economic activity. Because of the negative impact of vacant properties in neighborhoods across the city, a robust coalition of chambers and place-based…

Proposed Updates to Chicago’s Retailer and Food Vendor Rules

By natalia.borowska | February 19, 2024

Visit the BACP website SBAC INSIGHTS PAGE Proposed Updates to Chicago’s Retailer and Food Vendor Rules The Department of Business and Consumer Affairs (BACP) has published proposed updates to the City of Chicago’s Retailer Rules. The Department has also introduced certain rules for food vendors.   BACP is accepting public comments until February 26, 2024,…

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