Last Day for Early Bird Small Biz Congress

January 24, 2011

Join NSBA for one of the most important small-business conferences, the 2011 NSBA Small Business Congress. The 2011 Small Business Congress will be held in Washington, D.C. Feb. 23 – 24, 2011 at the L’Enfant Plaza Hotel just blocks from the U.S. Capitol. Early bird registration ends today, Jan. 26.

Following in a long tradition of NSBA Small Business Congresses, this year’s event will bring small business together with policy insiders and prominent leaders within the small-business community. The NSBA Small Business Congress offers participants great networking opportunities, as well as a forum to discuss and set small-business policy.

After hearing from our policy experts, participants at the Small Business Congress will work with other small-business owners to craft and vote on the top ten priorities for NSBA for the coming two years. This select group of small-business owners significantly influences how policymakers address small-business issues throughout the Congressional Calendar — issues that directly impact small businesses on a daily basis.

With slight glimmers of economic recovery, new leadership in Congress and the ever-present 2012 presidential elections, never before has your voice been so important—or influential. Don’t miss your chance to hear from policy experts, network with other small businesses, and set NSBA’s legislative priorities for the 112th Congress.

Space is limited, so register today. Be sure to register by Jan. 26, 2011 to receive the early bird special!

Registration Fees

Attendee – $245.00 ($295 if registered after Jan. 26, 2011)

Guest – $200.00 ($245 if registered after Jan. 26, 2011)

Click Here to find out more information about the Small Business Congress.

Click Here to Register Today!