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The 2020 Census and Your Business Seminar-How a Complete Count Affects Your Company and It's Growth

Wed 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

This event has been canceled

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THIS SEMINAR HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Understanding big data as it relates to small businesses can be confusing. Whether you are a young entrepreneur or a seasoned business owner, understanding the importance of the 2020 Decennial Census and responding to the Census is not only crucial for America, but also for the growth of your business. The Census is a bi-partisan constitutional mandate, and people in America have been counted every ten years since 1790. Census data is what will drive over $675 Billion dollars in federal funding every year for the next ten years. That's funding for start-ups, loans, and small business development grants. It's also funding for our infrastructure and other public services including schools, roads, bridges, safety services, and recreation. In addition this data helps business owners make key decisions affecting their day-to-day and long-term forecasting. From the boardroom to the classroom, to the House of Representatives and to your house, every one of us is affected by Census data. Join US Department of Commerce / US Census Bureau Partnership Specialist Susan Licate as she presents the latest information about the 2020 Census and how it affects Lake County business owners. This is a brown bag lunch and learn so bring your lunch if you choose!

Speaker(s): Susan Licate

Fee: No Cost

Phone: 440-525-7706


Holden University Center at Lakeland Community College
Holden University Center
Holden University Center at Lakeland Community College, 4242 St. Rt. 306, Kirtland, Ohio
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