Gregory R Palmer of Greg Palmer, Inc, Smyrna, has been appointed to the distinguished National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council. The NSBA is the country's oldest small-business advocacy organization and operates on an unwaveringly nonpartisan platform. Palmer, a prominent figure within the small-business community, is joining the NSBA Leadership Council in the company of other dedicated small-business advocates from across the nation. Together, they aim to advocate for the interests of small businesses with policymakers in the nation's capital.
"As a small-business owner, I witness firsthand the significance of being actively engaged when it comes to legislation and regulations," noted Palmer. "My involvement in NSBA's Leadership Council will empower me to convey our collective small-business message to the individuals who most need to hear it: our representatives in Congress."
Gregory R Palmer is a visionary professional adept at forging strategic partnerships with organizational leaders to effectively align with and bolster pivotal business initiatives. He has demonstrated prowess in building and nurturing high-performance teams through the recruitment, development, and motivation of skilled professionals.
Palmer's membership in the NSBA Leadership Council is a reflection of his commitment to address a multitude of crucial issues confronting small businesses, including tax reform, regulatory oversight, healthcare expenses, and the potential impact of access to capital on small enterprises. The NSBA Leadership Council is dedicated to fostering valuable networking opportunities among small-business advocates from across the country, while ensuring that small businesses have a voice in pivotal discussions as Congress and regulators deliberate on key small-business proposals.
"I take great pride in welcoming Gregory R Palmer to our esteemed Leadership Council," stated NSBA President and CEO Todd McCracken. "His reputation precedes him, and I anticipate productive collaborative efforts in the years ahead."
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