Advocacy Invites Small Businesses to Attend Ohio Roundtables
Release No. 17-18 ADV
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business Administration invites Ohio and surrounding small business owners and affiliates from various industries to attend and participate in a series of roundtable events this week. The first event will be held in Cincinnati on Tuesday, August 1st at the Hyatt Regency and the second event will be held in Cleveland on Thursday, August 3rd at the Hilton Downtown.
The purpose of these events is to gain valuable insight into which specific federal regulatory burdens present the biggest barriers to small business growth. With these recommendations, Advocacy can better assist federal agencies in complying with President Trump’s directives to reduce burdensome regulations.
“When I’m back home, whether it’s at a small auto body shop, or a big steel plant, or a soybean farm, I hear the same thing: burdensome regulations from Washington are hurting their efforts to grow their business and create jobs. People are frustrated and they should be; the regulatory process hasn’t been significantly reformed in 70 years. That’s why I introduced the bipartisan Regulatory Accountability Act, which will help give our economy a shot in the arm, create more jobs and raise wages for Americans all across our country,” said Senator Rob Portman, Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship Member. “I am pleased that the SBA Office of Advocacy is coming to Ohio to listen to small business owners and discuss the kinds of common-sense reforms found in our bill that will provide them with relief and put more people back to work. I encourage all small businesses in Ohio to join the discussion”
For more information on the events such as time and location and to register for free, please visit the links below.
If you are unable to attend either of these events, but would still like to inform Advocacy of a federal regulatory compliance issue that is important to you, please do so here: https://www.sba.gov/advocacy/regulatory-reform-input.