Here comes the Scott Hauge/Small Business California Survey. Deadline March l0.
By Bruce B. Brugmann
As attentive Guardian readers know, it is small businesses that generate the net new jobs in San Francisco and most every other community in the country.
We even did two pioneering job generation surveys back in the mid l980s to prove the point.
Yet small business people, particularly in San Francisco, feel as if they are a minority under siege from City Hall and most every political quarter.
Scott Hauge, founder and president of Small Business California, is working tirelessly to change this perception.
HIs latest project: his annual survey of small business owners and supporters and their opinion on the economy and issues they care about most.
Personally, I like to add in some of the Guardian issues to benefit small business: enforce the antitrust laws, enforce the Raker Act and bring Hetch Hetchy public power to San Francisco, bring in progressive income and business taxes, get candidates from the presidential candidates on up and down to promote small business issues etc. You get the point.
Fill in the survey. Join Small Business California and keep up on the sector of the economy that produces the jobs and enlivens our neighborhoods.
Click here to take the Small Business Survey.