ChiBizHub: Your One-Stop Shop for Small Business Support
Information on the Latest Support Programs and Resources
ChiBizHub continues to work hard to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic that threatens the health of small business owners, employees, customers, families, and communities. At the end of March, ChiBizHub launched www.chibizhub.com/covid19support as place you can regularly turn to for updated resources and information to help your business weather the storm. The page is frequently updated with valuable information on resources, programs, grants and more.
This month, ChiBizHub hosted an inaugural webinar with City of Chicago Business Affairs & Consumer Protection: “Running Your Business in the Age of COVID-19”. The webinar provided information to arm Chicago’s small business community with ways to manage these challenging times.
On April 15, Jazmin Garcia, ChiBizHub Manager held a Facebook Live interview in Spanish with Congressman Chuy Garcia on available small business resources.
ChiBizHub and World Business Chicago are continuing to plan upcoming small business webinars – including one this week. Follow us on social media to stay up to date!
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