NFIB/Ohio Participates in Business First Panel

Date: March 14, 2017

Shares the small business perspective

With the new administration in Washington, DC, business owners and executives in Central Ohio have been wondering what is on the horizon?

NFIB/Ohio Vice President and Executive Director Roger Geiger joined a panel hosted by Columbus Business First on Tuesday, March 14 to look at the implications for the Columbus and surrounding counties economy based on the changes we are seeing coming out of the nation’s capital.

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Panelists looked at regulatory relief, tax reform, and changes to the healthcare system that are all high on the small business agenda.

The exchange of views was moderated by Columbus Business First Editor-in-Chief Dominic Cappa. Other panelists included:

  • Eric L. Burkland, President, The Ohio Manufacturers’ Association
  • Ned Hill, Professor of Public Administration and City & Regional Planning, The Ohio State University’s John Glenn College of Public Affairs
  • Christina King, Founder and President, C&A Benefits Group and Business Services
  • Bernie Ostrowski, Tax Partner, Plante Moran

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