Pre- Small Business Forum Survey

Free Event to Provide Ideas and Resources to Help New Smyrna Beach Small Businesses Succeed

The City of New Smyrna Beach will host a Small Business Forum to help aspiring and existing small businesses development in New Smyrna Beach (NSB). The event is free, and open to the public with registration. The Forum’s Registration will begin at 12 noon on Wednesday, October 14th and end on October 30th at 5pm.
The city plans to host the event on Friday, November 6th at the Brannon Center 105 S. Riverside Dr. in New Smyrna Beach.

The event is expected to feature a presentation from New Smyrna Beach area’s destination marketing organization (VISIT NSB) on relevant small business topics including tourism in NSB, expanding your digital footprint, and advertisement opportunities.  The forum will be beneficial to both existing NSB small businesses and those interested in becoming entrepreneurs.
There will be an idea sharing portion of the meeting that will feature a Small Business focused idea exchange between the City of NSB Economic Development Director and small business attendees.

To facilitate a successful kick-off meeting, please respond to the following SurveyMonkey Small Business Forum Survey to help us prepare for this event:

For More Information on the Small Business Forum Survey, Please Contact: 
Chris Edwards, Economic Development Director
Office/Mobile: (386) 279-2497

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* 1. What kinds of meeting topics would you like to see featured at the NSB Small Business Forum Event on November 6, 2020?

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* 2. Would you like to discuss pressing concerns as it relates to running a small business in New Smyrna Beach?

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* 3. If you answered "yes" to Question #2, what specific concerns do you have?

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* 4. As a small business owner, do you want to see more NSB Small Business Forums conducted in the future?

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* 5. If you answered “yes” to Question #4, what topics would you, as a small business owner, like to see presented as a meeting topic in the future? (please be brief and specific)