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November 12 | 8am | via Zoom
Schoharie County Economic Alliance is hosting another Recovery Roundtable inviting business, not-for-profit organizations and municipal leaders to explore funding solutions and get ready for another season of change. Each panelist represents a unique grant, loan or counseling program to assist organizations navigate the COVID crisis and plan for a sustainable future.
Jim Becker, President of MIDTEL and INOC Datacenters, is founding member of SEEC and Chair of the SEEC Resiliency Fund. An emergency grant and 0% interest loan program available to Schoharie County businesses. https://seecny.org/funding-tools/.
Steve Smith, Executive Director, Mohawk Valley Economic Development District, has recently launched a CARES ACT Revolving Loan Fund introducing borrower friendly terms including principal payments only and low interest. https://mvedd.org/
Jeffrey Smith, co-owner Municipal Solution Inc, has been providing high quality, independent financial and management advisory services to public and non-profit organizations for decades. http://municipalsolution.com/about
Jamie Casterlin, AVP, Business Development Officer National Bank of Coxsackie, was a leading Schoharie County private sector partner guiding local businesses to federal relief programs and other funding opportunities during the COVID crisis and beyond. https://www.nbcoxsackie.com/
Cynthia Shannon, Small Business Specialist, Empire State Development, will introduce the NY Forward low-interest working capital loan program now available to landlords, not-for-profits and small businesses that received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) assistance of $50,000 or less. https://esd.ny.gov/nyforwardloans-info
Kate Baker as Certified Business Advisor with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the University at Albany, she is responsible for executing the SBDC, UAlbany’s extensive, relevant and FREE business training programs. Newly launched covid-series is focused on financing and digital strategies. In her 12 years with the SBDC, Kate has been recognized as a top 5 Business Advisor statewide 4 times.