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The Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity (DCEO) is offering a Downstate Small Business Stabilization Program Grant administered through the City of Ottawa. The grant funds would be 60 days of working capital, up to $25,000. Funds will be used to assist private for-profit small retail and service business, or businesses considered non-essential by the Governor’s Executive Order without the ability for employees to work remotely. Mayor Dan Aussem announced the grant opportunity for smallApr 03
Happy Friday! I know it has been a very stressful and busy week for everyone. I hope you can spend time this evening with your family, maybe enjoy a take-out meal from our local restaurants, and even join a virtual happy hour to safely catch up with friends. Today is an extremely busy day for our local banks and financial institutions. It is the first day to apply for portions of the Paycheck Protection Programs (PPP) under the Small Business Administration. I want to thank all of our member financialApr 01
As most everyone has heard, the “Shelter at Home” recommendations are extended through the end of April. The Chamber is postponing events such as the April Business After Hours, changing meetings to video/conference calls, and rolling out the start of Farmers Market with a new virtual market. Our focus has shifted to gathering the most up to date information from chambers, business associations, government sources and delivering the critical components to our members.DEADLINE – Today at 5pm HospitalityMar 17
Attn: Community Business Leaders From the office of Senator Sue Rezin: We are reaching out to the businesses in the community, both for-profit and not-for-profit, to ask what issues they may be facing as a result of the CORVID-19 virus, and what assistance they may be needing. Please contact us through our webform by visiting http://www.senatorrezin.com/. Thank you.