Beyond the obvious sources, where companies are finding new funding and other support today? What has been done to make it easier for entrepreneurs to tap traditional sources of funding since the financial crisis? And how Washington and the private sector is helping?
These are the types of questions that Small Business Administration chief Karen Mills, Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), and a handful of others are trying to respond Tuesday afternoon in the fourth annual State of the Kauffman Foundation of Address business in Washington. They are likely to emphasize a small fraction of 28 million U.S. small businesses; high-growth ventures youth represent a disproportionate share of job creation as crucial to strengthening the U.S. economy.
Expect to hear a lot of recipes that require policy-relaxed regulationsf urge the Securities and Exchange Commission to prevent their coming crowdfunding rules too onerous for employers to the company’s shareholders to vote on whether they believe that the Sarbanes-Oxley accounting standards are necessary.
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