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Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC)

Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC)

(312) 548-8608

Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC)

7 years in business
20 S Clark St Ste 500
Chicago, IL 60603-1832
Fax Numbers
  • (312) 372-7076
Additional Email Addresses
  • Stephanie@sbacil.org
BBB File Opened: 06/24/2013
Business Started: 04/16/2010
Business Started Locally: 04/16/2010
Business Incorporated: 04/16/2010 in IL
Type of Entity
Corporation
Business Management
  • Ms. Stephanie Nommensen, Chief Operating Officer
  • Ms. Amy Masters, Executive Director
  • Mr. Elliot Richardson, CEO
Business Category
  • Non Profit Organizations - General Membership
  • Associations
  • Business Consultants
  • Professional Organizations
  • NAICS: Other Similar Organizations (except Business, Professional, Labor, and Political Organizations)

Alternate Business Names
  • SBAC
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Overview



The Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC) is a non-profit which represents small businesses through political advocacy, networking, consumer education, and support services. Located in Chicago, IL, this organization represents small businesses across Chicagoland, and has chapters in Chicago, Lake County, North Shore, the northwest suburbs, the southern suburbs, and the western suburbs.

The SBAC supports small businesses through their many events and educational meetings, which assist businesses in networking, advocating for their rights, and learning about sound business practices which can boost their profits and increase brand loyalty. Their advocacy initiatives include reforming tax credits, supporting the Marketplace Fairness Act, addressing pension issues, establishing a healthcare cooperative to stabilize healthcare costs for businesses, and setting aside procurements for small businesses to be awarded for fair business practices.

Membership benefits include joining the health insurance private exchange, receiving increased access to capital for business growth, office sharing programs, savings programs which include strategic partnerships, a pro bono program offering turnaround consulting to struggling businesses, and a retirement plan exchange. They also have an SBAC Young Professionals Board, which assists young professionals in navigating the often complicated environment of the modern workplace. This includes networking events that introduce professionals to others in their field, and volunteer opportunities to assist professionals in giving back to the community and supporting local non-profits.

Visit the website for The Small Business Advocacy Council to learn about the benefits of membership, read their resource sheets for supporting and assisting businesses, and apply for membership to one of their chapters within the Chicagoland area.

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Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC)

Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC)

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