Forum Gives Small Business Owners Voice, Resources on Regulation
MILWAUKEE –Yolanda Swift, the Deputy National Ombudsman for Small Business, U.S. Small Business Administration, will hold a regulatory fairness roundtable in Kenosha on June 29. The emphasis will be on challenges caused by government regulation, particularly of the medical device industry.
Small business owners are invited to air their concerns on regulatory issues impacting them and engage SBA and other Federal officials on ways the government can best support their success. Agencies will also share resources and programs for entrepreneurs and small businesses.
WHO: Deputy National Small Business Ombudsman Yolanda Swift
WHAT: Regulatory Fairness Roundtable
WHEN/WHERE: Wednesday, June 29, 10 am-noon
Kenosha Public Library, Southwest Location
7979 38th Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53412
REGISTRATION: Email firstname.lastname@example.org by June 27
WHY: The National Ombudsman promotes a level playing field for small businesses by working directly with federal regulators to facilitate practical and timely resolutions of regulatory fairness matters. Part of the U.S. Small Business Administration, it provides small businesses with a neutral and confidential way to report and help resolve federal regulatory problems, including repetitive inspections, excessive enforcement actions, and disproportionate fines. To learn more about the National Ombudsman, visit www.sba.gov/ombudsman or call 888-REG-FAIR.
SBA’s programs and services are provided to the public on a non-discriminatory basis. Reasonable arrangements for persons with disabilities will be made when requested 1 week in advance. Contact email@example.com.