NEDA Webinar | Re-Opening Realities 2: Small Business Needs; Supporting Small, Minority & Women Owned Businesses in the Age of COVID

Join NEDA for a Re-Opening Realities 2 Webinar.
Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 3:30 pm (EDT)

Following the webinar from 5 - 6 pm ET, join us for a Networking & Virtual Happy Hour Event via Google Meet.


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Micro, minority and women-owned businesses are the source of growth and vibrancy in our downtowns, town centers and neighborhood districts.  Access to capital can often determine if businesses can make it through reduced revenues during the pandemic.  Micro, minority and women-owned businesses often face greater challenges securing capital.  We’ll discuss the overall and capital needs of small businesses, including restauranteurs, retailers and service providers, and strategies communities are using to address and support the wide range of small business needs, particularly minority and women-owned businesses.

Speakers:

  • Tracy Corley, PhD. | Transit-Oriented Development Fellow, MassINC
  • Anthony M Gaddy | President & CEO, Upstate New York Black Chamber of Commerce
  • Sarah Guerette | Director Women’s Business Center, Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI)
  • Delpha Very | Economic & Community Development Director, Putnam Redevelopment Agency

 

Once registered, you will recieve a confirmation email with the Google Meet link and a second email with unique sign on information from GotoWebinar.

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