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NSBA members have the opportunity to attend a variety of events and meetings throughout the year and across the country. NSBA hosts forums, conferences and workshops that help our members serve their customers better, keep them informed of small business industry trends, regulation/legislation, and research.
NSBA is committed to ensuring America’s small-businesses have a seat at the table. In addition to the various events we host, our Events Calendar will give you a glimpse at what we’ve been up to.
Each year, NSBA holds its annual Washington Presentation in Washington, D.C. for small-business owners to to hear from policy experts on key small-business issues, attend our Congressional Breakfast and a White House Briefing, and cap it all off with a day on Capitol Hill lobbying your Senators and Representative on the issues that matter most to your small business.
The National Small Business Association is seeking nominations for the Lewis A. Shattuck Small Business Advocate of the Year. If you or a small-business owner you know goes above and beyond in advocating for small-business issues, please take a moment to complete our nomination form.
NSBA holds regular teleconferences for its members to learn about a specific issue facing small business. These targeted teleconferences provide in-depth details on how small businesses will be impacted by a particular issue and offer participants the opportunity to get their questions answered our expert presenters.
NSBA brings together its members to discuss pertinent issues for small business and vote on the top priority issues for the upcoming session of Congress. This year, the Small Business Congress will be held right after the elections on Nov. 29 to Dec. 1, 2012. Mark you calendars now for the upcoming Small Business Congress.
NSBA works with various Sponsors and Partners throughout the year and has created specific sponsorship packages for our various events. In addition to being part of the marketing process, your company will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face the leaders of America’s small-business community.