New NFIB Podcast Analyzing Small-Business Issues to Air First Episode


The NFIB’s new podcast, the Small Business Rundown, will air its first episode on January 26. The Small Business Rundown podcast will offer small-business owners an inside source in Washington, D.C. and all 50 of the nation’s state capitals.

Adam Temple, the NFIB’s senior VP of advocacy, will host guests and experts as they analyze current issues and news that directly affect small businesses across the nation, including legislation, regulations, Supreme Court cases and more.  

The first-ever episode of the Small Business Rundown “will focus on the beginning of the 118th Congress and the pro-small-business legislative agenda NFIB brings to both new and returning members of Congress,” notes the NFIB.

NFIB’s Kevin Kuhlman, VP of federal government relations, will join Temple for an overview of some of NFIB’s top-priority issues for the new two-year session of Congress and what small business owners can be looking out for.

A new episode of the Small Business Rundown will air every two weeks to bring small-business owners the latest small-business news and resources. The NFIB podcast will be available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and other podcast platforms.