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PRWeb | August 14, 2020
Today, Plastiq, the intelligent payment solutions provider for businesses, announced its inclusion on the U.S. Visa Small Business Hub. The Visa Small Business Hub brings together tools and resources from Plastiq and other leading small and medium business (SMB) solution providers to help the SMB community create and strengthen customer relationships through safe, digitally-enabled practices. Helping small businesses is a part of our DNA, so we are thrilled to come together with Visa to support ...
PYMNTS.com | January 27, 2020
In the wake of the financial crisis, banks’ pullback from small- to medium-sized business (SMB) lending yielded a flood of technology-driven players stepping in to fill the SMB credit gap. Entrepreneurs today have more choices than ever before as to how and where they access financing, but in many ways, that journey to capital hasn’t gotten any easier. According to Nav’s newly-appointed CEO Greg Ott, the current market sees an estimated $4 trillion in SMB debt origination each ...
Roanoke County | July 06, 2020
Roanoke County is launching a grant program to help local businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The county is pledging $1 million of its Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act funding to the program. The CARES Act is intended to assist local and state governments with expenses that arose due to the pandemic and mandated closures. The county must spend the money by Dec. 30. Applications for the small businesses assistance program will be accepted beginning Monday...
NABE | April 27, 2020
A majority of U.S. companies expect to stay afloat for more than six months without government assistance, according to a survey on Monday, even though the novel coronavirus outbreak has severely disrupted economic activity and hit cash flow.
The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) business conditions survey also found that a third of firms expected to resume normal business operations within five to eight weeks. State and local governments have shut or limited operations o...
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