Few seats still available for Spotlight on Small Business

David Bell
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SAFFORD — The window to reserve a seat for the first Safford Spotlight on Small Business is rapidly closing.

Spotlight on Small Business will take place at the Manor 415 Convention Center on Monday, April 1. It’s the chance for small business owners and operators to talk face-to-face with Safford Mayor Richard Ortega, City Manager John Cassella and other city staff about what is working well, and what the city can do to better, to assist small businesses succeed in Safford.

There is also an opportunity to hear about business licensing requirements, the role of the city’s Planning and Community Development Department for business, and what the new requirements of beneficial ownership reporting to the Financial Crimes Network of the IRS mean for business owners.

“Even if you have been in business, a small business, for a long time, you may learn something else,” Ortega said.

Spotlight on Small Business will start with a continental breakfast and networking at 7 a.m., before moving into the 90 minute program at 7:30 a.m.

There is no cost to attend and to reserve a seat go to City of Safford Spotlight on Business Breakfast Tickets, Mon, Apr 1, 2024 at 7:00 AM | Eventbrite.

Spotlight on Small Business is sponsored by the City of Safford along with the Graham County Chamber of Commerce, Small Business Development Center at Eastern Arizona College and the Safford Downtown Association.



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Local News – GilaValleyCentral.Net , 2024-03-28 19:00:04
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