Supporting small businesses, helping them to create a better tomorrow

Published: October 26, 2020 by Business Information Services

For many of us, 2020 has been the hardest year of our lives. As a society we are all going through this together, we know the pandemic will eventually end, and we all look forward to better days.

Since the pandemic started the small business community has suffered greatly. We hear many stories about business owners struggling to survive. About business owners having to lay off staff and close permanently. But we draw inspiration from many of the innovation stories making headlines, stories about businesses who made a pivot to join the fight, and support healthcare professionals on the frontlines of the virus by converting factories to make PPE. We hear how small businesses navigated applying for the first round of PPP loans, and hope meaningful relief for small business comes soon.  We draw inspiration from small business progress, and we stand strong with the people who went after their dreams. The pandemic will end, but dreams will not.

It’s been said so many times that small businesses are the engine of our economy, and they truly are. Our commitment to helping small businesses with their financial health will continue to be unwavering.

Supporting small businesses, helping them to create a better tomorrow

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