This event will now be webinar-only. You can register here. Discover how CAMI Premium Members can access the creative, curated and customized benefits offered through this Ecosystem Benefits Program. Meet and hear from participating providers on the health, wealth and operational benefits that could be incredibly valuable to your company. Schedule follow-on meetings with providers of your choice.
With the majority of the nation working from home, now more than ever is the time to make sure your company is cyber secure. The Maryland Cybersecurity Buyer's Guide offers a quick reference to find cybersecurity products, services, and training to secure your business along with a chapter on support services for the cybersecurity industry. Don't miss your chance to be included and reserve your company listing now.
The U.S. Small Business Association (SBA) to Provide Disaster Assistance Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19). View their handout detailing information on low-interest federal disaster loans and the process to apply. READ MORE.
Small businesses and private non-profit organizations can apply directly to the SBA for financial assistance here.
Maryland Department of Commerce has released information on the State's response to COVID-19 and updates and assistance related to:
The Dept. is also working on proposals for different relief options for the business community.
The Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) has activated its Virtual Business Operation Center (VBOC) to address inquiries from the private sector:
CAMI Premier Sponsor, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston is offering assistance with their "COVID-19 Labor & Employment FAQs - You've Asked, We've Answered" resource page.
The National Association of Goverment Contractors has released a guide on small business financing options for COVID-19 response that now includes a chapter addendum on disaster loan programs.
Facebook is debuting their Small Business Grants Program which will supply $100 million in cash and ad grants to help small businesses deal with the impact of the coronavirus. Be sure to check-in frequently as eligibility requirements become available.
Companies in Maryland will have more time to file business-related taxes under a change announced by Comptroller Peter Franchot Wednesday. The June 1 extension is designed to give businesses affected by the the novel coronavirus more time to file and "protect the financial health of our economy," Franchot said in a statement.
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