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NBBM Panel #3: Navigating COVID-19 and Civil Unrest: Federal and State Financial Resources for Black Businesses
Groupon and the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity present Navigating COVID-19 and Civil Unrest: Federal and State Financial Resources for Black Businesses. We'll cover how Black Businesses can take advantage of federal/state COVID-19 grant/loan relief programs and rebuild damaged businesses post-civil unrest.

Featured welcome speakers:
- Juliana Stratton, Lieutenant Governor of Illinois
- Aaron Cooper, Interim CEO, Groupon

Featured panelists:
- Mark Ferguson, Illinois Deputy District Director, US Small Business Administration
- Stephanie Hart, Founder, Brown Sugar Bakery
- Jonathan McGee, Acting Deputy Director, Office of Minority Economic Empowerment
- Marc Morial, President, National Urban League
- Matthew Simpson, African American Business Development Manager, Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity
- Cameka Smith, Founder, The BOSS Network and BOSS On Campus

This is the third in a series of virtual panel discussions in celebration of National Black Business Month.

Panel #1 video: gr.pn/businesswithgovt
Panel #2 video: gr.pn/blackbusinesslending

For more on the series, visit gr.pn/nbbmmerchant.

Aug 27, 2020 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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