CNBC Announces Lineup for “Small Business Playbook: Strategic Planning for 2023” on December 14

December 12, 2022

Event to Provide Actionable Advice to Help Small Business Owners Thrive in the New Year

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., December 12, 2022 – CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, today announced the lineup for Small Business Playbook: Strategic Planning for 2023, which will take place online on Wednesday, December 14 at 12pm ET.

With a new year quickly approaching and a recession looming, small business owners are surrounded by both uncertainty and the potential for opportunity. The CNBC Small Business Playbook summit will provide actionable advice to assist entrepreneurs with strategic planning to navigate a rocky road ahead, while uncovering hidden opportunities to help businesses not just survive but thrive in 2023.

CNBC Small Business Playbook speakers include:

·    Melissa Bradley, Founder and General Partner, 1863 Ventures

·    Jimmy Butler, Professional Basketball Player, Miami Heat; Founder, BIGFACE Brand

·    Steve Case, Chairman and CEO, Revolution; Co-Founder, AOL

·    Jill Martin, Lifestyle & Commerce Contributor, TODAY

·    Nela Richardson, Chief Economist, ADP

·    Michael Sohn, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI

·    Judy Treviño, Board Member, SCORE

CNBC Small Business Playbook will host discussions around topics such as the economic outlook for 2023, recession-proofing your business, averting the crisis you are not ready for, creating buzz for your business in the new year and more.

Content from the conference will be made available throughout CNBC’s Business Day programming and on CNBC Digital as well as a variety of social media platforms. To join the conversation, use #CNBCSmallBiz.

Capital Group, Hiscox and Synchrony are the sponsors of CNBC Small Business Playbook.

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