Demand is expected to be high for Paycheck Protection Program loans as stay-at-home orders continue amid the surge in COVID-19 cases. With applications for the latest, $284 billion round of the PPP restarting Monday, demand is anticipated to be large among San Diego County small businesses reeling again from pandemic restrictions on their operations. The
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A new small business assistance program from the State of California started today, and in the New Year businesses will receive support from the Federal Government’s economic stimulus package. The San Diego & Imperial Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Supervisor Nathan Fletcher and The San Diego Foundation have partnered to make sure business owners and
The state of California announced a $500 million grant program to help small business. The program is being administered by the nonprofit institution Lendistry. To help, we have an on-demand webinar (click here) that you can watch on your own time to learn more. You can also reach out to us for assistance with the application
The State of California announced a $500 million grant fund to support small businesses. Businesses can now get their applications prepared for when the first round opens Dec. 30, 2020. Lendistry, a nonprofit institution, was selected as the administrator of the grant. To help you know what to do to prepare to apply in the
There are grants available for felons who are looking to start a small business, reports Business.com. Finding a job after incarceration has long been a challenge, senior finance writer Donna Fuscaldo says. Having a felony on your record carries a huge stigma when you are seeking employment. According to the Brookings Institution, close to half
Supervisor Nathan Fletcher and the San Diego and Imperial Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, with funding by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) and the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (Go-Biz.), have partnered to assist small business owners with reopening and thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic. The SBDC and Supervisor Fletcher
HELPING SMALL BUSINESSES THRIVE • The Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) Are Handling Services Online and by Telephone • SBDC Advisors Help Small Business Owners Navigate This Public Health Crisis • SBDCs Provide Assistance with SBA’s “Economic Injury Disaster” Loan and Other Programs Available • There Is No Cost to Small Business Owners for SBDC
Small businesses and the local economy is being heavily impacted by the COVID-19 Epidemic, shared the San Diego Business Journal. The San Diego and Imperial Small Business Development Center Network (SBDC) is staying up to date with federal, state, and local public health officials to make sure the small business community has the current information,
Increased reliance on Internet-based technologies correlates to an increased need for reliable broadband with greater bandwidth. As a small/medium business, you’re constantly making choices of how best to spend your dollars to drive success. You might favor residential Internet services such as DSL or cable Internet to maintain low costs, but that may not be
“The essence of profound insight is simplicity” - Jim Collins: Author of Good to Great. Jim Collins in his book Good to great did an in-depth study of over 1435 companies over a 40 year period. He and his research team looked at major indicators from revenue to profits, leading CEO’s, External Markets, Stock prices