ROUND 9 Allocated $500 million dollars to CA businesses and nonprofits. The Round 9 application window will open at 9am on September 9 until September 30, 2021 at 5pm. To apply and learn more, please visit the CA Relief Grant page of CalOSBA. Please join us for our upcoming webinar or watch a pre-recorded webinar!
Are you a small business owner or Non-Profit trying to figure out how to proceed with this new round of the California Relief Grant program? Join this open Q&A– to get all of your California Relief Grant questions answered live by Steve Lamb and Robert Gernert.
Who is Should Attend:
Every Small Business owner and Non-Profit who is interested in www.CAReliefgrant.com. If you have already applied and have been waitlisted, you should also attend.
- An overview of the CA Relief Grant as it stands today.
- Review of the changes to the CA Relief Grant program.
- CA Relief Grant application and instructions.
- Detailed Q&A on your particular status, including waitlist based on emails received from Lendistry.
- Updated contact information for Lendistry.
About the Presenters
Steve Lamb has worked with West Business Development Center clients since 2012. Steve brings over 20 years of experience in management and operations in the telecommunications industry and has owned his own company. Steve’s particular areas of expertise include strategic and tactical planning, budgeting and financial analysis, project development and management, and creating and maintaining positive relationships with governmental and regulatory agencies.
Robert Gernert, EDFC Lending Manager, was born and raised in Ukiah. Robert received an Associate Degree in Business Administration focused in Management at Mendocino College, and has worked for various companies including Redbox Automated Retail and most recently as an Account Manager with Coca-Cola where he strived to produce excellent customer service to large and small businesses alike. Robert is a proud husband and father of three wonderful children. His goal is to leave a legacy in Ukiah of a healthy, thriving, community where new ideas are given avenues to mature into sustained flourishing businesses, leaving a place desirable for any family to take root.
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