Long Island Political Panel Discussion for Business 2018

Long Island Political Panel Discussion for Business - 2018


Small Business Owners: Are Your Elected Representatives Working in Your Best Interests? Find Out September 12th when You Can Ask Them in Person at the Long Island Advancement of Small Business event


Long Island Political Panel Discussion for Business

What is the state of small businesses on Long Island? Do you feel confident about the future? Or do you feel that it’s becoming more and more difficult to keep a business going while supporting a family in one the more expensive areas in the country?

Here’s your chance to ask some of Nassau and Suffolk’s elected officials just what they are doing to keep the small business community thriving on Long Island.

The panel participants include: Assemblyman Michael Montesano, Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo, Senator Elaine Phillips, Senator Phillip Boyle, Senator John E. Brooks, Assemblyman Frederick Thiele, Assemblyman David McDonough and Assemblyman Andrew Raia who will be moderating the discussion.

The panel will be asked a number of questions including:

  • What incentives have you proposed to keep businesses on Long Island?
  • What economic incentives have you proposed or are proposing to help Long Island businesses grow?

The panel discussion plays an important role in keeping small business owners apprised as to what they can expect in the future. It is open to all and will be held at: Adelphi University Conference Center, 55 Kennedy Drive in Hauppauge on Wednesday, September 12th from 7:30am to 10:00am. A complimentary buffet breakfast is included. Admission is free for LIASB members, $25 for online registrants and $30 at the door. All are welcome, but attendees must sign up for the event before attending.

If you cannot attend but want to have your question(s) answered about small business growth on Long Island either now or in the future, y please email your question(s) to john.hill@liasb.com. For more information on Long Island Advancement of Small Business visit the above referenced website: www.liasb.org.

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