FTC, State AG Invite Small-Business Owners to Jan. 9 Conference on Fighting Fraud, Reducing Regulations

Date: January 03, 2018

Register online now for Phoenix event

A joint state and federal ‘Opening Doors to Opportunity’ conference will be held in Phoenix, January 9, and small-business owners are invited. According to the event’s special webpage:

“The Federal Trade Commission and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office invite you to attend the Arizona ‘Opening Doors to Opportunity’ Conference. Conference participants will share experiences and challenges, make connections, and discuss how groups can better collaborate and share information and resources. The Conference will include speakers from the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, the Federal Trade Commission, the Arizona Governor’s Office, and the Better Business Bureau, among others.

“The agenda includes three panels covering a range of topics, including

  • frauds and scams affecting Arizona consumers and businesses
  • reducing over-regulation of occupational licensing
  • supporting smart government regulation of financial technologies
  • and business and consumer education to protect against scams and computer hacking.

“Law enforcers also are invited to attend a second session to discuss law enforcement collaboration and to learn about new investigative tools and techniques.”

More information can be found at this FTC link, which contains a link to register for the conference. The Attorney General also has a sheet of information and one for the times and topics.

Opening Doors to Opportunity Conference
Sponsored by the Federal Trade Commission and
the Arizona Attorney General’s Office
Tuesday, January 9
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Public Session
12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Law Enforcement Session
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
100 N. 1st St.


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