PPP 2021 Re-Launch Overview Tomorrow @ 9:00am

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The Tar Heel Newsletter
January 2021

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Paycheck protection program, PPP

 

Tomorrow - Thursday, January 21st 9:00am - 10:00a.m.

SBA and the SBTDC COVID-19 Business Recovery and Resiliency Program will provide a general overview of the PPP related to provisions in the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act (the Economic Aid Act) from the US SBA - NC District Office.  

Agenda:

  1. Where We Are / Key Dates
  2. First Draw PPP Loans
  3. Second Draw PPP Loans
  4. Forgiveness Updates
  5. What to do Now / Additional Resources

Speakers include SBA Acting District Director Michael P. Arriola and SBA Lead Lender Relations Specialist Karen Hoskins.

Register here:  The link for the SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) 2021 - Re-Launch Overview webinar is below.  Please note, there are a few steps to complete the registration process.  

https://access.sbtdc.org/workshop.aspx?ekey=7410001

 The SBTDC COVID-19 Business Recovery and Resiliency Program (CARES Act) in collaboration with the US Small Business Administration - NC District Office

Stay tuned for more upcoming webinars for small business owners on SBA's disaster programs. Also partnering are SBA resource partners - SCORE, Women’s Business Centers and the Veterans Business Outreach Center. In addition to the SBA resources, North Carolina is very fortunate to have 58 Small Business Centers at each Community College!  We are all here to assist you as you maneuver the PPP and EIDL programs.  For contact and location information on the resource partners, go to www.sba.gov/NC and click on the NC District Resource Guide.

 


Additional Funding Available

NEW SBA RESOURCE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC!

SBA has curated list of thousands of funding sources at the national, state, regional, and local levels designed to support small businesses in accessing capital to recover from COVID-19. The opening page captures programs that are available nationally. Visitors then only need to enter a ZIP code of interest to see which programs their area may be eligible. The information is current as of the date of publication, so resource availability may change over time.

You can access this mobile-friendly, new resource here COVID-19 Funding Sources (sba.gov).

Funding providers can submit requested updates, additions, or corrections to the data by emailing the information to EconRecovery@sba.gov for evaluation and update.

Note, the information is provided for reference only. Businesses and non-profits are encouraged to independently explore these resources to self-determine if they should pursue further assistance from the programs identified. Being included in this resource does not serve as an endorsement by the U.S. Small Business Administration that individuals or small businesses should pursue applications with any of these organizations.