Small business is the heart of so many local economies and what better way to end 2020 with a town hall listening and learning how small businesses have weathered, how we can help them stay open, and what we can do from a policy perspective to help them secure their business and family’s future.

Join us Monday, December 14th, for a Virtual Small Business Town Hall featuring two sessions that include stories from business owners, state legislators who are entering an uncertain time for the upcoming legislative session, the Federal Reserve sharing their small business data and more. 

Stories of Survival During 2020: The Small Business Owner Journey

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Small businesses add vibrancy to our neighborhoods by providing needed products and services, contributing to our local economies, creating jobs, and establishing an owner’s future. This year, their strength, resiliency and innovation have been more palpable than ever, as they navigate through the pandemic.

Join us and learn about the significant impact small businesses make in our communities and how we can support them to help them thrive, not just survive in 2021.

Our panelists include:



 The Case for a Small Business 2021 Legislative Agenda

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Helping small businesses thrive has a ripple effect. Join us as we engage in a conversation about the state of small business and regional trends, and advocate for potential solutions as we gear up for the 2021 Legislative Session.

We will discuss some of the most pressing challenges small business are facing and opportunities to support.

Our panelists include:


Thank You to Our Town Hall Sponsors!