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The NASE is spreading the word about issues important to the self-employed and micro-business owners. Watch and listen to television and radio appearances, and read articles featuring or written by NASE staff and experts. 

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Whether it’s a store owner on Main Street or one of our subject experts, NASE will make connections for your interview.

Micro-Business Experts

The NASE can offer the unique micro-business perspective on economic and business trends as well as legislation affecting the self-employed.

Media Connection

Want to know how the proposed new law is playing with a shopkeeper in Main Street? Need statistics and trends, or a subject expert to round out your article? We can provide data you need and put you in touch with a micro-business expert to get their perspective on economic and business trends, as well as small business legislation affecting the self-employed.

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NASE in the News

  • Keys to Success: New Opportunities for Women in Business (Business 2 Community)

    Aug 29, 2014
    We’ve seen lots of headlines recently about women small business owners, including two senators seeking to boost opportunities, and women’s superior efforts in crowdfunding. Here’s a look at those developments.
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  • Women and the Small Business Workforce (Huffington Post)

    Aug 15, 2014
    From Yahoo's Marissa Mayer to Ursula Burns at Xerox and PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi, women capture an ever-growing number of top spots at leading corporations -- internationally and in the United States. Compared to the 1960's when women were barred from certain jobs, we have made great strides in earning management positions at various levels to running the show. But despite the gains over the last fifty years, women still only account for 24 of the Fortune 500's Chief Executive Officer positions.
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  • WBCNA asks for support on small business bill that would boost female entrepreneurship (AL.com)

    Aug 07, 2014
    The Women's Business Center of North Alabama is asking leaders to support a new bill that would improve funding and contracting opportunities for women-owned businesses in the U.S.
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  • Passing the Health Care Buck (Huffington Post)

    Jun 30, 2014
    By now, we've all heard about the challenges and the ups-and-downs of the new health care law. From cancelled plans to delayed programs and technical glitches in online applications, the Affordable Care Act has had its share of problems. However, in the end, the Affordable Care Act -- or ACA -- has turned out to help millions of Americans young and old. Far from perfect, the Department of Health and Human Services declared success with over eight million people enrolled, and over 30 percent being young Americans aged 18-34.
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