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Fresh Business Thinking | April 07, 2020
On Friday the 27th of March, Google announced that they will be offering ad credits for small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) who routinely advertise with them. Google have pledged $340 million in Google ads credit, to help companies “stay in touch with their customers during this difficult time” (Google Ads Help). This ad credit can be used at any point until the end of 2020, across any Google Ads platform. Google has stated that they believe SMBs are the backbone of communities, ...
Chargezoom | November 23, 2021
Chargezoom, a leading platform for billing and integrated payments, today announces an integration with FreshBooks accounting software. As the first two-way integrated payment platform for FreshBooks, users who select Chargezoom as their payment integration tool will benefit from freedom to choose virtually any payment processor with a seamless integration, including popular platforms such as Stripe, PayPal, and Square. Chargezoom's platform boosts a merchant's ability to build time-savi...
Cision PR Newswire | September 03, 2020
Cowbell Cyber, the industry's first AI-powered cyber insurance provider for small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs), today announced its cyber insurance program, Cowbell Prime, is now admitted in 18 states, including Texas as well as Ohio, Indiana and Michigan which were also opened in the past two weeks. The accelerated roll-out reflects Cowbell's commitment to close the insurability gap for small businesses by simplifying and expediting the process of delivering cyber insurance. Amassing ...
Newsday | May 04, 2020
Eleven public companies on Long Island have secured Paycheck Protection Program loans totaling more than $36 million and sustaining the salaries of about 2,200 workers, according to a Newsday review of securities filings.
Some of the companies are still operating because they make essential products such as coronavirus diagnostic tests, scientific equipment and components for military aircraft. Forty-five percent made money last year and 55% did not.
The group’s PPP loans ave...
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