If you’ve always wanted to complain to the federal government about a specific regulation and get a response, here’s your chance.  The SBA National Ombudsman charged with listening to small business concerns and taking action will be holding a Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Roundtable on June 6th in Savannah.  Small businesses from the South Carolina lowcountry and Savannah area will be able to have their concerns about federal regulations and compliance problems heard by Admiral Earl Gay, the National Ombudsman.

The Roundtable will be June 6, 11AM to 1PM and held at the Savannah Civic Center, Bryan Room, 301 W. Oglethorpe Avenue.  To register, please email ombudsman@sba.gov or call 202-205-2417 by June 2nd.

Frank Knapp, president and CEO of the S.C. Small Business Chamber of Commerce also serves on the SBA Regulatory Fairness Board for Region IV.  He and other SBA leaders and resource partners will be at the Roundtable to help address your regulatory concerns.

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