Anders tax partner Dave M. Finklang, CPA/CGMA, MBA and tax supervisor Rebekah J. Tucker, CPA have been selected to join the St. Louis Small Business Task Force. Founded by Erin Joy, CEO of Black Dress Circle, the Task Force is a new initiative to bring together leaders from varied industries to clearly define and address the short and mid-term challenges presented by the economic downturn triggered by COVID-19. The St. Louis Small Business Task Force, a think-tank for community leaders, will meet weekly to share knowledge, resources, and tools to remain resilient amid the crisis and create a catalyst for other industry stakeholders to take strategic action.
“Our goal is to support and empower St. Louis’s small and mid-sized business owners with the vital information and insight they need to guide their companies forward,” said Erin Joy. “We need to do our part in making sure cross-industry relevant and accurate information is shared continually and consistently. Establishing a multi-disciplinary cohort is a step in the right direction.”
Every Wednesday by close of business, insights from each session will be shared on the Task Force’s website at stltaskforce.com and be made available to the general public. Insights will be informed by the Task Force’s multi-disciplinary approach, which serves to give members and the community the advantage of getting quickly up-to-speed on a variety of salient topics necessary for business recovery, sustainability, and growth. Armed with the information shared in these sessions, business owners will be informed to make strategic decisions and solve problems.
Learn more about the St. Louis Small Business Task Force. If you are interested in learning more about opportunities to participate as an expert, please email email@example.com and a member of the Black Dress Circle team will be in touch.
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