Through the years, we have increased the depth of conversation starters in our events, encouraging discussions on personal views of discrimination, culture, and experiences. To continue this work, AMIBA is collaborating with the Common Good Collective to create a model for 60-minute online facilitated conversations focused on supporting local businesses in the age of monopolies that are accessible to leaders.
AMIBA is inviting you to answer a few questions to catalyze a just and fair approach to monopoly power. We are elevating the voices of small business owners impacted by unfair market practices.
We are leading the effort to understand the narrative and conversation needed to get more small business owners and consumers engaged in forming a just and fair approach that works for all.
There is a disconnect in the language and narrative between policy advocates, local business owners, and community leaders on the topic of monopoly power and corporate concentration. Most of the current efforts in this space involve educating policymakers on why strengthening monopoly regulations are important to our economy and preserve small business.
Will you help us by filling in a few questions? It will take 2 minutes.


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