SBAC in the News
2020 Business Trends & What to Expect in 2021
January 2, 2021, Chicago IL
Univision entrevista a Neli Vasquez-Rowland
December 16 2020, Chicago IL
2021 Business & Economic Outlook Webinar
December 11 2020, Chicago IL
Elliot Richardson and Neli Vasquez-Rowland on WCPT with Joan Esposito
December 2 2020, Chicago IL
Elliot Richardson on WGN with Anna Davlantes
November 6 2020, Chicago IL
Groundbreaking at A Safe Haven
October 22 2020, Chicago IL
SBAC Board Member Michael Bempah Discusses Minority Contracting
September 17 2020, Chicago IL
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We were grateful for the opportunity to participate in the Daily Herald 2021 Economic Outlook Webinar. Elliot talked about state legislation that can help individuals, families, small businesses and local communities recover from the pandemic. To watch the webinar, visit our “In The News” section or simply CLICK HERE.
Elliot Richardson and Neli Vasquez-Rowland on WCPT with Joan Esposito On December 3rd, Elliot Richardson, President and Co-Founder of SBAC and Neli Vasquez-Rowland, Founder and President of A Safe Haven were hosted on WCPT Chicago with Joan Esposito discussing the situation of homelessness and small businesses in Chicago. With the pandemic affecting small businesses on…
Small Businesses struggle amid the Pandemic The SBAC has long been advocating for relief for Small Businesses since the COVID-19 Pandemic started. Elliot Richardson, President of SBAC was featured in NBC News stating “if there is no government intervention and stimulus relief provided to small businesses, many more will not make it through the winter,”…