Hearing on Public-Private Partnerships in the State’s Response to the Pandemic Recession (Part 1)
On September 10, 2020, we completed the first of two virtual public hearings on the role of public-private partnerships in California’s response to the pandemic-induced economic recession. We examined the recession’s impact on small businesses, what small businesses need to survive and recover, and how private-public partnerships can support equitable recovery for California’s small businesses.
We were joined by:
RN, EMHA, Chief Executive Officer of Infusion Partners 360 LLC
Founder and President of AmPac Business Capital
Isabel Castillas Guzman
California’s Director of the Office of the Small Business Advocate & lead on the Entrepreneurship Task Force for the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development
Join Us for Part Two
Part two of this hearing will be on Thursday, September 24 at 10:00 a.m. Click here to add to your calendar.
About the Little Hoover Commission:
The Little Hoover Commission is a bipartisan, independent state oversight agency created in 1962. It includes 13 Commissioners appointed by the Governor and legislative leaders. The Commission’s mission is to investigate state operations and promote efficiency, economy, and improved service.
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