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Celebrating National Small Business Week: Sept. 20-26, 2020

Celebrating National Small Business Week: Sept. 20-26, 2020

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On September 19th, President Trump proclaimed September 20 – 26, 2020 #NationalSmallBusinessWeek to recognize the critical contributions of America’s #entrepreneurs and small business owners. The proclamation states, “During National Small Business Week, we celebrate the resolve and ingenuity of American businesses, entrepreneurs, and workers. America’s small businesses are at the very core of our Nation’s identity and prosperity, and this week we pay tribute to these patriots for their contributions to our Nation’s economy and culture.”

Below are links to small business events, information, and resources:

Price Kong Start-Up and Small Business Services: Price Kong believes in the entrepreneurial spirit of small business. We will certainly help you navigate the challenges, but, more importantly, we want to help you thrive and grow even when times are tough. We recognize that you want more than just an accountant – you want an accounting partner who understands the special nuances of your company’s mission and operating procedures. Price Kong matches you up with one of our senior partners for a one-on-one relationship, offering strategic management consulting wisdom and serving as an invaluable business advisor on everything from banking and insurance to management structure and marketing strategies.

Office of Governor Doug Ducey: Arizona joins the nation in celebrating Small Business Week and is recognizing the more than 592,000 small businesses throughout the state.

Small Business Administration: Recovery, Adaptation, and Innovation virtual conference – September 22-24, 2020

Internal Revenue Service (IRS): In recognition of National Small Business Week, the Internal Revenue Service is featuring information on topics of interest to small business owners and self-employed individuals.

Local First Arizona: A nonprofit organization that celebrates independent, locally owned businesses.