Indiana adds $60 million supporting small businesses
In April 2021, Indiana announced an expansion of the Indiana Small Business Restart Grant to help accelerate economic recovery activity by supporting Hoosier entrepreneurs and small businesses. The program provides working capital to eligible companies by reimbursing certain expenses incurred during and related to the global pandemic.
Please read through all grant details, eligibility requirements and frequently asked questions below before applying.
Story Provided by Reid Health
Over 14 years at Reid Health, Police Chief Randy Kolentus has worked to build a one-person position into a professional security team of nearly two dozen members.
To do so, he used the experience gained from nearly three decades with the Richmond Police Department serving in every rank up to deputy chief.
That leadership also has been put to use over six years as president of the Indiana chapter of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety, helping to form a professional network of healthcare security throughout the state.
March 25, 2021
While we heard from Governor Holcomb this week that Indiana is seeing a light at the end of the tunnel with this pandemic, we are not through it yet, and Washington is targeting more dollars for small businesses. Here are a few things you need to know:
By Susan Richwine; First Bank Richmond, Vice President – Marketing Director
The emergence of the COVID-19 virus in early 2020, ravaged life as we know it. Our daily lives and our nation’s economy were severely impacted when many businesses were forced to close or reduce occupancy to slow the spread of the virus. As the pandemic raged on, businesses and families continued to struggle and desperately needed assistance and guidance to weather the storm
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