Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant

NJEDA launches Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program Phase 2

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The NJEDA Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program Phase 2 will assist with $15 million in funding to businesses and communities located in one of the 715 census tracts that were eligible to be selected as a New Jersey Opportunity Zone.
additional paycheck protection program

Additional Paycheck Protection Program Loan (PPP) calculation for small business

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Attention: Additional Paycheck Protection Program applications will be accepted by the SBA from participating lenders on Monday, April 27, 2020 at 10:30am EDT.
resources for women

COVID-19 NY Resources for minority and women small businesses

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Latinas in Business will host a Virtual Meeting, COVID-19: NY Resources for Women and Minority Small Businesses (Public and Private), on April 22, 2020 at 1pm EST.
financial assistance, Women's March on Washington

State by state financial assistance in response to harsh requirements for SBA loans

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State by state financial assistance seems to be the only hope in this moment of need. The SBA loans harsh requirements are selective of which businesses are going to survive and which are going to close their doors forever.
women-owned small businesses

Karina Ojeda helps Latina entrepreneurs face lack of access to capital

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Lack of access to capital  is one of the most frequent barriers women in general and Latinas in particular encounter when conducting business. Sometimes those resources exist but they are not in “their radar.” The purpose...

2017 Latina SmallBiz Expo & Pitch Competition hosted at NJIT

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LatinasinBusiness.us, the national digital platform that advocates for the economic empowerment of the Latina working woman, has announced their 2017 Latina SmallBiz Expo and Pitch Competition.
Latina entrepreneurs Stanford

Opportunity knocks for Latina entrepreneurs at the Latino Business Action Network

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Latino and Latina entrepreneurs continue to be the fastest growing demographics opening businesses in the United States. However, economic growth opportunities
business accelerator Access Latina

Access Latina announces business accelerator for Latina entrepreneurs in STEAM

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Access Latina, a business accelerator for Latina-owned firms, launched its second cohort to compete for a chance at more than $100K in capital and resources for Latinas to grow their businesses.
AccessLatinas finalist with co-founders Lucienne Gigante and Marta Michelle

8 Latina business owners finalists for AccessLatina accelerator

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AccessLatina announced the names of eight Latina business owners chosen as finalists for its accelerator competition.