fishbat CEO Highlights Importance Of Small Business Advisory Council Healthcare Panel

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Clay Darrohn, CEO of fishbat, one of the nation’s leading social media agencies, advises business professionals to attend the Suffolk County Small Business Advisory Council’s healthcare panel event.

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I strongly advise business owners in Suffolk County to register and attend this event. Every business owner should be able to relay these changes to their employees when appropriate...

On May 22, Clay Darrohn, CEO and “Big Tuna” of fishbat, one of the nation’s leading social media agencies, affirms the importance of educating businessmen and women on the impact of healthcare changes at the Suffolk County Small Business Advisory Council (SBAC) panel event June 19.

The SBAC is an organization designed to connect small business owners with social and political leaders to promote change within Suffolk County. Supported by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, the SBAC is comprised of many influential businessmen and women in Suffolk County. Some of the council members include John H. Barrie from Suffolk Federal Credit Union, John Madigan from Citibank, Tracy Stark-James from the Town of Riverhead Industrial Development Agency and Clay Darrohn from fishbat, one of the nation’s leading social media agencies.

Darrohn says the SBAC hosts many important events that educate the public on policy changes and how they affect business. The next event is a panel discussion about the new healthcare policy and how it affects local businesses. “Most businesses provide healthcare plans, and the new federal changes might affect small businesses,” Darrohn says. “It’s important that business owners come to learn about what they can do to help their employees and their businesses stay informed and prepare for any changes.”

The event will feature a 2.5-hour discussion with panelists from the [U.S. Small Business Administration, Suffolk County Medical Society, the Small Business Entrepreneurship Council, and a doctor of public health from St. Joseph’s College.

“We’re going to have some of the brightest minds in the nation, as well as Suffolk County debating the changes and how small business owners can accommodate them,” Darrohn says. “I strongly advise business owners in Suffolk County to register and attend this event. Every business owner should be able to relay these changes to their employees when appropriate. Knowledge is important and this panel discussion is definitely an event I suggest business owners take full advantage of.”

The SBAC healthcare panel event will take place on June 19 at 5:30 p.m. in the H. Lee Dennison Building in Hauppauge. For more information, businesses can register through the SUNY Stony Brook event page or e-mail sbdc(at)stonybrook(dot)edu.

fishbat, Inc. is an award-winning, full-service online marketing firm and social media agency. We’re branding experts dedicated to making your business a part of conversations that are already happening. Through social media management, search engine optimization (SEO), web design, and cutting-edge public relations strategies, we can raise awareness of your brand, strengthen your corporate image, and place your business in front of your ideal audience.

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