City and State COVID 19 Business Recovery Programs This is a sample of reported city and state COVID 19 business recovery programs. Actual details need to gained from the cited governmental organization. States Alabama Small business impacted by COVID 19 without credit available elsewhere located in the state are eligible to apply for low-interest (small […]

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With or without COVID 19, the United States remains a global economic powerhouse. The U.S. has an unmatched base of manufacturing companies, leadership in quality global health care, an open and thriving capital market and financial services industry and the largest venture capital industry in the world driving technology disruption and a high-tech revolution going […]

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Ohio small businesses, nonprofits, and employees are facing unprecedented concerns and financial instability as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In Ohio, several measures are being taken to offer necessary financial support to the backbone of our economy – our small businesses. While Ohio and the world navigate through this crisis one this is certain, […]

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COVID 19 is an unprecedented public health crisis in modern times that is having a devasting personal toll on people around the globe and a negative impact on the global economy. Public officials are rightly addressing this crisis through aggressive efforts to limit public interaction by closing schools, restaurants, bars, events, and other businesses where […]

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The Ohio House is debating creating a new economic development tool to help boost redevelopment in the state. Senate Bill 39 would create a new nonrefundable insurance premiums tax credit for transformational mixed-use developments or TMUD’s. The legislation recently saw a number of changes in the Ohio House Economic and Workforce Development Committee expanding the […]

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To address a lack of sites ready for industrial, R&D and office projects, JobsOhio is preparing to launch the Ohio Site Inventory Program.  Draft guidelines were recently released by JobsOhio that provided details for what could be the final rules to allocate $50M annually over five years in funding for site development costs.  JobsOhio announced […]

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