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Univision entrevista a Neli Vasquez-Rowland

December 16 2020, Chicago IL

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2021 Business & Economic Outlook Webinar

December 11 2020, Chicago IL

Elliot Richardson and Neli Vasquez-Rowland on WCPT with Joan Esposito

December 2 2020, Chicago IL

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Elliot Richardson on WGN with Anna Davlantes

November 6 2020, Chicago IL

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Groundbreaking at A Safe Haven

October 22 2020, Chicago IL

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SBAC PPP Townhall

By patti@sbacil.org | January 15, 2021

Wondering what the new PPP stimulus entails and if you can apply? Does it include 501c6s? How is EIDL factored into the PPP this round? This SBAC Townhall answers these questions and more. Click on the youtube timestamp in the description below for a direct link to the answer to the question.  

SBA Press Release: PPP

By patti@sbacil.org | January 11, 2021

The Small Business Association and Treasury have provided important information about the next round of PPP loans.    More information from the SBA about the second round of PPP is here.    

Rebuilding Lives and Businesses

By patti@sbacil.org | January 8, 2021

Hard-working Americans had no idea what was coming in February of 2020.  It seemed unfathomable that many small businesses would face the possibility of permanently closing or their employees would be without jobs in the spring.   With the resurgence of Covid-19 cases, the situation for both small businesses and their employees has become even…

Small Business Community Provides Senator Murphy Crucial Input on Business Interruption Grants

By patti@sbacil.org | January 6, 2021

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