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8.10.20 | COVID SMALL BUSINESS GRANTS NOW OPEN
Applications are now being accepted for the Resurgence Grant Fund, a new program to help Atlanta’s small businesses recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and two other grant programs for individuals working in the creative and cosmetology industries.
The Resurgence fund offers qualified city of Atlanta businesses the opportunity to apply for up to $40,000 to help them cover pandemic-related costs such as complying with requirements necessary for businesses to operate safely, plus a credit of up to $10,000 of no-cost technical assistance services.
In addition to the Resurgence Grant Fund, Invest Atlanta is planning to reopen the Strength in Beauty Fund, which provides grants of up to $1,000 to cosmetology professionals like hairstylists and nail technicians.
The Resurgence Grant Fund is made possible by a $22 million allocation of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).
Applications close for all three programs on Aug. 31, 2020. Please visit www.investatlanta.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-880-7255 for more information on program eligibility and requirements, educational events, and the online application process.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS MONDAY AUGUST 31, 2020!
8.12.20 NFIB WEBINAR | Preparing for PPP Loan Forgiveness and PPP Q&A
For businesses that received a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the rules are ever changing with new SBA guidance just published on August 4. This week’s webinar will cover the latest SBA updates and provide Q&A.
Presenters will cover the recent developments, including:
You can submit your questions in advance here.
- How do I decide whether to use the EZ or long forgiveness application?
- How do I complete the Schedule A Worksheet?
- How do FTE reductions and wage adjustments impact loan forgiveness?
- How will banks process loan forgiveness applications?
- This hour-long program will review the rules, contemplate the uncertainties, and include plenty of Q&A.
Can’t make this webinar? Don’t worry! Register now and we’ll email you an on-demand version!
8.17, 8.18 & 8.19 | NFIB FLY IN WITH CONGRESS
Your personal stories of small business success and hardship can influence lawmakers in meaningful ways. The NFIB Virtual Fly-In is free to attend and will offer meetings with Members of Congress, information, tips, tools, and tactics that will help you make an impact with legislators before they vote.
- The free event registration also includes many on-demand sessions available to watch at your convenience.
- When you register, be sure to indicate the state where you live, so we can connect you with the correct virtual meetings with Members of Congress.
8.18.20 GENERAL MEETING @ 6PM | REGISTER IN ADVANCE!
8.19.20 WEBINAR |Creating Content That Converts
Join General Assembly for this FREE WEBINAR!
It’s easy to think that a great product or service will sell itself, but it’s rarely the case. Hear from marketing experts on how they create and market content that converts to sales. You’ll learn how to utilize different types of content to tell a story, increase engagement around your content, and then repurpose your content for different channels to maximize visibility.
- Understand what content marketing is.
- Create a content marketing strategy.
- Learn how to repurpose content for different channels.
- Know the best tips to increase engagement.
8.26.20 WEBINAR | Small Business Access to Capital Webinar
8.27.20 WEBINAR | Financing Alternatives for Your Small Business
This webinar discusses traditional and no-traditional options on how to finance a start-up or growing business. Discussion includes different financing options, such as bank loans, SBA guaranteed loans, non-bank lenders, private investors and the myths and realities of grant funding, and how to pick the right financing options.
REGISTER WITH UGA SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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