Thu, Jan 21 | Webinar

What's New with PPP and Other Relief Options for Small Businesses

Join this webinar, presented by Small Business Majority's Brian Pifer, to learn more about what’s in the new relief package and ask questions about what this could mean for your small business.
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Time & Location

Jan 21, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST
Webinar

About the Event

After months of waiting for much-needed relief, small businesses are finally getting renewed support from the federal government. The new stimulus package approved by Congress comprises $900 billion in virus relief funds, including $284.5 billion to reopen and strengthen the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for first time and second time borrowers. Join this webinar, presented by Small Business Majority's Brian Pifer, to learn more about what’s in the new relief package and ask questions about what this could mean for your small business. Topics include:

  • PPP reauthorization and important changes
  • Advance grants through the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program
  • SBA Debt Relief Program
  • Additional policies and resources for small businesses

Presented by: Brian Pifer

Brian oversees Small Business Majority's Entrepreneurship Program and Venturize.org platform, which deliver key education and resources to entrepreneurs seeking to start and grow their business. He builds partnerships with organizations that serve small business owners, evaluates the program's activities and impact, and oversees the development of Venturize to ensure it is the one-stop hub for the nation's entrepreneurs. He manages the website's MatchFinder tool, which connects entrepreneurs to mission-driven lending partners.

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