Small Business Congress is Going Virtual in 2021!

Every two years, NSBA brings together small-business leaders from across the country at the Small Business Congress to discuss and develop the small-business agenda. This year, the Small Business Congress will look a little different: instead of a 3-day in-person event, we will hold a virtual event. Any small-business owner can participate in this virtual event to help craft and vote on the top priorities for NSBA in 2021 and beyond.

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What to Expect

Prior to the Small Business Congress, NSBA’s Leadership Council will engage with one another to develop top issues in six different policy areas. Those groups will present at the Small Business Congress their top issues and open the floor for discussion and debate. You will hear from NSBA leadership, policy experts, Capitol Hill insiders and Members of Congress on the political landscape and what they expect during the 117th Session of Congress. Every participant at the Small Business Congress will then be able to vote to determine NSBA’s marching orders for the coming two years.

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Details

  • What: Set NSBA’s Priorities
  • When: Tuesday, Feb. 23 | 12:00 – 2:00 EST
  • Where: Virtual via RingCentral Webinars
  • Why: Craft a cohesive small-business agenda
  • Cost: Discounted rate of $50
    • Includes an introductory, three-month NSBA membership
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Small Business Congress
-The Issues-

NSBA is a uniquely member-driven association, and the Small Business Congress is at the core of our members’ involvement. We will be discussing issues ranging from tax reform to access to capital, health care costs to regulatory restraint, cybersecurity to political reform, and much more. You can learn more about NSBA’s past priorities here.

Small Business Congress Partner

NSBA thanks our exclusive technology partner RingCentral for their support!

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Are You a Small Business Leader?

Learn more about the important role NSBA’s Leadership Council plays and submit your application to be considered for membership.