NFIB State Director Nathan Humphrey was among the Georgia business leaders invited by Gov. Brian Kemp to participate in a roundtable discussion on supply chain disruptions.
“Supply-chain interruptions don’t just hurt job creators,” the governor said. “It also hits Georgia families in the wallets and also impacts their ability to put food and other goods on the table for their loved ones.”
Humphrey called supply chain disruptions “a monumental issue” for Georgia’s small businesses.
“It’s worse now than it was three months ago,” Humphrey said, adding that the most recent survey shows 90% of NFIB members nationwide expect supply chain disruptions to continue through the holidays and into the first quarter of 2022.
Watch a replay of the governor’s roundtable below. Humphrey’s comments begin at about the 56-minute mark.