NASE on Micro-Business

Small Biz Backs Federal Outreach Programs

Posted on: February 13, 2009

The self-employed are speaking out about their support for federal small business programs and hoping the Obama Administration is listening. In a recent online poll by the NASE, an overwhelming majority of business owners (80%) want the new president to improve and expand current small business federal programs.

Over one-quarter of entrepreneurs have utilized services offered by the federal government, despite the dwindling resources of many small business programs. For years, the NASE has been a supporter of federal outreach that consistently and effectively aids the self-employed and micro-businesses community. Funding for SBA programs has faced drastic cutbacks for the past several years, including Women’s Business Centers and Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs).

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