Handel to Join SBA Representatives, Local Small Business Leaders to Discuss Regulatory Reform at Sigma Thermal

April 5, 2018 \\ Press Release
Will visit Sigma Thermal for SBA Roundtable on Monday Afternoon

ROSWELL, GA - U.S. Representative Karen Handel will join leaders from the Small Business Administration (SBA) to host a roundtable focused on how regulatory issues affect small businesses and economic growth in Georgia next week.

The roundtable will take place at Sigma Thermal on Monday, April 9 from 2-3 PM.  In addition to SBA leaders and executives from Sigma Therma, those expected in attendance include representatives from Arylessence, Air Techniques, Dustex, the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce, and the UGA SBDC-Atlanta Office.


SBA Regulatory Reform Roundtable

Monday, April 9, 2018

2-3 PM

4875 Deen Road, Marietta, GA 3006


Media are welcome. Please rsvp to Wesley.Shaw@mail.house.gov if you plan to attend.


The SBA requested the conversation to learn about how regulations are impacting businesses in the Atlanta area.  The parties in attendance will work to develop common-sense reforms that can help small businesses and our economy flourish.

Sigma Thermal designs, engineers, and services products ranging from thermal oil and fluid heating systems to indirect process bath heaters.  It operates a 15,000 square-foot engineering office facility, and a 40,000-square foot fabrication facility.

The SBA is also hosting a roundtable on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia beginning at 8:30 AM and concluding at 4:30 PM, with a special focus on environmental regulations beginning at 2:00 PM. Congresswoman Handel is not participating in this event, but please visit this link to register