Lindsay Cates

Lindsay Cates
Associate Manager, Communications and Strategy

Lindsay joined the communications and strategy team in 2020 having previously worked as a writer and editor at U.S. News and World Report. She’s a native of the Philadelphia suburbs and graduated from Washington and Lee University with a degree in Journalism in 2016. If not feverishly devouring news and content, she’s likely biking the trails around D.C., or working her way through every winery in Virginia.

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U.S. Chamber Study Shows Commercial Construction Industry Poised For Recovery After Covid-19

The Q2 2020 Commercial Construction Index reveals a drop in contractors’ confidence and outlook for their industry amid COVID-19.

PPP Funds Reach Self-Employed, Small Businesses with Help of FinTech Lenders

The moment Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications were open for the self-employed and sole proprietor small businesses, Krystal Douglas, owner of Music City Sewing in Nashville, had her paperwork ready. Before the COVID-19 crisis, Douglas was dressing Grammy-winners and rock stars, but with live music events cancelled for the foreseeable future, her entire sewing business of creating custom stage costumes and backdrops had

As States Ease Restrictions, Business Owners Are Concerned About Demand and Liability

New data from the U.S. Chamber reveals that business owners are concerned about lack of demand and liability issues amid reopening.

Utah Small Business Owners Use Paycheck Protection Program Funding to Prepare for an Uncertain Future

The Paycheck Protection Program is helping some small businesses stay afloat, but more funding from Congress is needed now.

How Gig Economy Companies are Stepping Up to Help Americans Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Amid the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting stay-at-home orders and national economic downturn, our nation’s gig economy companies have become a fundamentally essential part of many Americans’ daily lives – and an economic lifeline for many others. Not only are companies like Instacart, Postmates, and Uber delivering food and groceries to those in isolation, they’re also stepping up to donate meals and rides to workers on the frontlines and granting funds to those in need.