Small business and public policy: Take the survey

Would new bike lanes help your small business more efficiently offer delivery services? Would a new adjustment to sidewalk cafe laws impact the flow of customers into your business?

Simply put, small businesses are the driving economic force behind most local communities. This means that local legislation and political decisions impacting your small business and the community you serve are important, and deserve your insight when applicable.

But what could be done to better connect small business owners to politicians, elected officials, and political organizations and campaigns? We believe that arming small business owners with tools to effectively communicate their needs and concerns within their community is what it will take to increase engagement between these businesses and the public policy that impacts them and their community most. 

This survey will help us understand how to better equip small businesses with tools and resources to become more involved in local public policy.