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Opportunity Fund | January 07, 2021
Opportunity Fund, the nation's leading nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) to small businesses, today declared partnerships with Meriwest Credit Union, Self-Help Federal Credit Union, and UMe Credit Union, part of the nonprofit lenders' $1 Billion obligation to investing in minimized businesses nationwide in the following two years. These partnerships increase small business owners' access to transparent, reasonable credit — especially among businesses ...
PR Newswire | April 02, 2020
LHH, the leading global provider of talent and leadership development, career transition and coaching solutions, today announced a special offering to help small businesses that are struggling as a result of COVID-19. Through June 30, 2020, LHH is offering qualifying small businesses the opportunity to provide furloughed and laid off employees with 30 days of complimentary access to virtual, self-paced job search resources. "With the growing number of restaurants, bars and small businesses ...
Accountancy Age: Home | March 06, 2020
A new accountancy advisory market has arisen as more businesses hit steeper growth trajectories in tighter timeframes, according to Smith and Williamson’s head of professional practices and head of business interests, Giles Murphy. “If you look at the underlying growth in the in the wider economy, there’s clearly a lot of growth coming from fast-growth businesses,” he said. “There is a growing demand for businesses who want to grow, grow fast, grow quickly, both in ...
Yahoo News | March 09, 2020
State-owned bank Natwest has announced a £5bn ($6.5bn) package of support for UK small businesses hit by coronavirus. Natwest, which is owned by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L), said Monday it was setting up a £5bn working capital facility that would help small and medium sized businesses hit by the economic fallout from coronavirus. New measures announced include emergency no-fee loans, loan repayment holidays of up to six months, emergency overdraft extensions, and help with cashflo...
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