INTERNET MARKETING

 
INTERNET MARKETING

These 3 Things will Change the Way Your Store Approaches Tomorrow’s Customer
Designing Content for the Mobile-First Index
Love Food and Small biz? There’s An App for That
States With No Corporate Income Tax Rate
Ohio
Nevada
South Dakota
Texas
Washington
Wyoming
Key Economic Indicators
Item Rate
CPI: 0.1% (Jul 2017) 
GDP Growth: 3% (2nd Qtr 2017)
Bank Prime Interest Rate: 4.25%
Consumer Confidence: 122.9% (Aug 2017)
Small Biz Confidence: 105.2% (Jul 2017)
Avg Gas Price: $2.66

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SMALL BUSINESS NEWS

19 Aug 2013

 

Email this page    

 

Meet With Indiana Small Biz Caucus

If you want to help improve the business climate in Indiana participate in one of the town-hall meetings being held by the Indiana Small Business Caucus.   A bipartisan group of Indiana lawmakers formed to address the needs of small businesses will conduct a series of town halls across the state in August and September to give them a chance to meet with business owners and discuss what government can do to help their operations grow.

The members of the Caucus are looking to get input from small business owners in order to learn what they need to do to create a better environment for small businesses in Indiana to grow and thrive.

The caucus will focus its discussion on what role the government can play in helping small businesses run easier, with an emphasis on such areas as regulatory reform and education of the workforce.

The current schedule of the meetings are as follows.  Keep checking the website for updates.

August 8: Valparaiso.
August 9: LaPorte.
August 20: Seymour and New Albany.
August 21: Columbus and Greensburg.
August 22: Fort Wayne.
August 27: Indianapolis and Greenfield.
August 28: Bloomington.
August 29: Carmel and Lafayette.
September 5: Muncie and Anderson.
September 10: Terre Haute and Vincennes.
September 11: Evansville and Washington.
September 17: Kokomo and Rochester.
September 18: South Bend and Elkhart.

Sources:
Indiana Small Business Caucus


By Jack River

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

  
 

INTERNET MARKETING

News Home

SBZ Home

 

  

     

                  Report broken links               Contact us              About us           Become a Contributor to this site            Link Exchange 

© 2012-2015 The Small Business Zone, Inc.  All rights reserved.