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(WEBINAR) Covid-19 Initiatives To Help Small Businesses

Join us for our quarterly member mixer to build business connections, learn about business resources, professional development opportunities to build, launch and grow your business.

Featuring guest speaker Elliot Richardson, Co-Founder and President of the Small Business Advocacy Council.

This networking series is a joint collaboration spearheaded by Pulaski Elston Business Association, North River Commission, Six Corners Association, Polish American Chamber of Commerce, Wintrust Mayfair Branch and 2112.

Program:

6 – 6:15 PM Welcome remarks by Patricia Eldridge, Branch Manager, Wintrust Mayfair Branch

6:15 – 6:45 PM “Information and Policy Initiatives That Can Help Small Businesses Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic” – Elliot Richardson, Co-Founder and President of the Small Business Advocacy Council.
Elliot will talk about the impact COVID-19 has had on the small business community and policy initiatives that can help small businesses attempt to navigate this crisis. Elliot will also provide information about measures already taken by the various different governmental entities (including the federal and state government) to provide relief to small businesses.

Attendees will be randomly placed in a breakout room following the presentation for virtual networking where each group attendee will be able to pitch their business and network with others in the group.

Elliot Richardson is the Co-Founder and President of the Small Business Advocacy Council, an organization laser-focused on improving the economic environment for small businesses in the State of Illinois. The SBAC strives to empower the small business community by bringing business owners, professionals and entrepreneurs together to speak with a unified, and strong voice. Elliot Richardson is also a partner at the law firm of Korey Richardson LLP.

Click here to register directly: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JX57YNrqR0OSplKRcK-k3Q

Event Details
04. 20. 2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
2112
312-300-7996