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ASBCC - Introduction - Leveraging Your Chamber to Grow Your Business

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Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Start Time: 11:00 AM EST
End Time: 12:00 PM EST

Location: Web Conference

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Region: National
Network: ASBCC Benefits and Resources, ASBCC Leadership, Business Start-Up, Exit Strategies, Exporting, Industries, Manage & Grow Your Business, Marketplace: eStores and Malls, NASBC Gov't Contracting Supplier Council, National Veterans Business Council, Policy & Politics, Tax & Wealth Strategies
Category: Start-Up, Manage, Growth & Leadership, Marketing & Sales, Business Finance & Insurance, Web & Technology, Legal, Industries, Exporting, Government Contracting, Federal Gov't Agencies, Policy & Politics, Tax & Wealth Strategies, Protecting Family & Home, Exit & Transition
Tags: small business, federal government contracting, agencies, primes, opportunities, wosb, 8a, sdv, hub

The American Small Business Chamber of Commerce™ has boldly stepped up to restore the vibrancy, innovation, profitability and community strength of America's small businesses. 

Main Street America is desperately in need of business leaders who care about our families and our communities, and who will grow businesses in our neighborhoods restoring economic vibrancy and community vitality.  Tto rebuild America's strength, we must focus on building a climate in which small businesses can thrive. (Read "Viewpoint: The Small Business Imperative.") 

The American Small Business Chamber of Commerce is an outgrowth of the National Association of Small Business Contractors -- the nation's leading trade association representing America's small business federal contractors. During these hard economic times, we heard from our members that the work of the NASBC should become more broad -- tackling the heart of small business and economic issues. 

In September 2011, we made the leap to broaden the work of our 501(c)(6) trade association and rename our organization as The American Small Business Chamber of Commerce. The National Association of Small Business Contractors remains a very strong national council within our organization. 

Join us to learn how you can leverage The American Small Business Chamber of Commerce to grow your business and influence the policies that impact American small businesses.

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