Arizona Business Daily Reports | Jul 26, 2017
The Glendale Chamber of Commerce will host its Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Roundtable at 1 p.m. Thursday during which business owners can discuss federal oversight challenges they are facing.
This roundtable allows local entrepreneurs to speak with people from the U.S. Small Business Administration and local representatives of the SBA’s Regulatory Fairness Board, according to a press release. Attendees will be able to talk to the SBA’s national ombudsman and learn about ways that the ombudsman’s office can help small businesses save time and costs related to compliance and enforcement matters.
The SBA appoints 10 regional Regulatory Fairness boards across the nation; each board consists of five volunteer small business owners who serve as liaisons between the national and local levels.
The Glendale Chamber is at 5800 W. Glenn Drive, Suite 275.
Attendees are asked to preregister.
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Thursday, July 27, 2017 – 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm MDT | Glendale, Arizona
Glendale Chamber of Commerce
5800 West Glenn Drive, Suite 275
Glendale, Arizona 85301
Join Glendale area small business owners on Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 1 p.m. for a Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Roundtable at the Glendale Chamber of Commerce. This roundtable is a unique opportunity to share your concerns about federal regulatory challenges your business is facing directly with the SBA’s National Ombudsman, local Regulatory Fairness Board Members, and representatives from SBA and other federal agencies.
By the Arizona Business Daily
The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) embarked on an agreement with the Arizona Chamber Executives (ACE) to help the 60-member association meet its business goals.
“ACE is a great organization and we are honored to have been asked to provide management services to this outstanding resource for the chamber and business community,” Todd Sanders, president and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, said in a press release. “Having the Phoenix Chamber manage ACE is a natural fit for both organizations.”
GPCC will handle ACE’s daily operational management, including event planning, social media, communication and public policy news, according to the release.
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July 5, 2017
PHOENIX – The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) started managing the Arizona Chamber Executives (ACE) organization on July 1. The new management agreement applies the professional management approach of the state’s largest chamber to achieve the statewide, pro-business priorities of 60 member-strong ACE.