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The Data Says It All – Two Great Surveys

Posted on: June 12, 2009

If you’re a small business owner looking to weigh in on policy discussions, participating in a survey is one way to do that indirectly. Lawmakers often turn to organizations that represent the self-employed in Washington, DC when they need to find out how the community feels about a certain issue.

Here are two surveys – the first hosted by the NASE and another by the National Women’s Business Council. Each questionnaire should take less than 10 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous.

National health reform surveyThe data the NASE collects in this survey will be used to inform legislators at all levels of government about the perspective of the self-employed and micro-business on reforming health care.

Economic impact of women-owned businessesThis is the first time that this type of analysis has been undertaken for women-owned businesses nationwide and will help educate policy makers, corporate executives and organizations which support women-owned businesses.


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