Some firms specialize in helping the little guy; but your most effective advocates—especially before lawmakers—are your own members
May 3, 2013
By William Ehart
Brett Palmer, president of the $2 million-revenue Small Business Investor Alliance, needed just a little bit of lobbying help last year.
With Congress fighting about the fiscal cliff and tax extenders, SBIA—which represents small private-equity funds—needed another pair of eyes and ears on the Hill.