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.