The federal government has acted, and $350 billion in loans are now available to help small businesses impacted by the coronavirus. Businesses now are challenged to understand the lending process, and then act to take advantage of this emergency aid.
This Friday, April 3 at noon ET, Inc. and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will team up once again for a virtual National Small Business Town Hall to help small businesses navigate the process of accessing the new loans available to them. Inc. Editor-At-Large Kimberly Weisul will moderate a fireside chat with the U.S. Chamber’s Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer Neil Bradley to discuss the latest guidance from the federal government on the CARES Act, as well as the path to recovery for the economy as a whole.
They’ll be joined by a panel of business experts to answer your questions on how businesses can tap into these new resources, share different ways to incorporate these loans into a broader business plan, and offer counsel on how and when entrepreneurs can begin to think about recovery.
For more information about this event, please email COEvents@uschamber.com.