Small Business Congress: Make Your Voice Heard

October 20, 2012

The upcoming lame duck Congress and incoming 113th session of Congress WILL impact your small business – don’t sit idly by, attend the Small Business Congress! This meeting is the very first opportunity for small business leaders to come together after November’s momentous elections. Be a part of history as, together, we set forth the critical small-business agenda in this pivotal time for our nation’s economy.

The 2012 Small Business Congress will be in Washington, D.C. Nov. 28-30 just steps from the Capitol. Held right after the election, this event will enable us to kick-start our agenda by getting our message in front of lawmakers early. Perhaps more important, we will be in Washington, D.C. at the same time lawmakers begin the important discussion on how to deal with the looming fiscal cliff and sequestration–which stands to impact countless small-business programs.

Your presence in Washington, D.C. this November couldn’t be more important and timely.

Throughout the Small Business Congress, you will network with some of America’s most active small-business leaders, discuss and debate key small-business issues and hear from policy insiders on the top issues facing your small business. The event culminates in lively discussions to craft and then vote on the top priorities for NSBA for the upcoming session of Congress.

Our nation faces many significant challenges. We need your time and voice to ensure small business has a seat at the table – not only for the future success of your business, but for the millions of small businesses that drive the U.S. economy.

Please click here today to register for this event—the early-bird discount ends Monday, Oct. 29!