On the morning of December 11, The Atlantic hosted a morning of panel discussions, keynotes, and entrepreneur case studies focused on stimulating prosperity in the small business community. The program showcased successful business owners as a part of a larger conversation on identifying and removing unnecessary regulations, increasing access to capital and facilitating growth in the small business sector.
Tuesday, December 11th
8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
901 F St NW # 400,
Washington, DC 20004
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Panel Discussion: “Facilitating Prosperity in the Small Business Community” Featuring Zoltan Acs, Martin Baily, Robb Hilson, Karen Kerrigan and Y. Maria Martinez
Moderator: Steve Clemons, Washington Editor-at-Large, The Atlantic
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