Yesterday I had a meeting with Barbara Vohrzek the Governors Small Business Advocate and she indicates she is looking at doing some seminars next year and wants to know what topics would be of interest to California small businesses. Some ideas we discussed were the Affordable Care Act[Obamacare] , reducing cost on workers compensation, state programs available to small business etc.
Also, what are best times and length of seminars?
I hope you all find value in these emails. I know all of you are getting end of the year solicitations from organizations and if you are not already a member I hope you will consider joining Small Business California. Consider all the business organizations you belong to is there any that provide the kind of information and advocacy for small business that we do?
Two examples are that we saved California LLCs between $500 million and $1 billion by getting a grandfather clause on SB 323 and were a major factor in the passage of the workers compensation reform bill.
You can join on line at www.smallbusinesscalifornia.org or we can invoice you. The cost is $150 for businesses less than $1 million and $300 for those over $1 million.
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