Business Funding

Business and Healthcare Executives Join Latino Equity Fund Committee

The Latino Equity Fund, the Commonwealth’s premier philanthropic fund focused on the Latino community, announced the addition of two Boston area leaders to the fund committee, Joseph R. Betancourt, senior vice president of equity and Massachusetts General Hospital Community Health; and Ruben F. Salinas, serial medical technology entrepreneur, philanthropist, investor, government advisor and activist. They join a committee of 16 ...

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Select businesses in downtown York to receive Bloom grant funds

Some businesses in downtown York have been selected to receive Bloom Grant funding from Downtown Inc. to help them recover or grow their businesses. Downtown Inc announced the recipients of the 2021 Downtown Bloom Grant in a press release. The 10 downtown businesses that will receive funding, and what they plan to do with it, include: A Chinatown Express: purchase ...

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Matching grant program available to help local businesses attract new employees

Through Citizen staff | at July 19, 2021 Virginia Career Works logo Small, local businesses can get help attracting new employees through signing bonuses through a matching grant program through Virginia Career Works Capital Region. The Hiring Incentive Program is part of the state’s Return to Earn initiative and will pay qualifying businesses up to $ 500 in matching funds ...

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FedNor Funding to Boost Kenora Area Businesses

FedNor renews operating funding for three Northwestern Ontario Community Futures Development Corporations. FedNor announced continued funding for three Future Aid Societies in the Kenora area, helping local businesses and nonprofits access capital, business advice and support. ‘other supports. The federal agency on Friday announced more than $ 6.6 million in funding, much of which spans five years, for the Lake ...

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RUEDI: Using margin for short-term financing | Business

Occasionally, I am asked to meet short-term funding needs. Often this involves planning the sale of one property with the purchase of another. For example, if the closing dates overlap for a period when buying a home, a shortfall may arise, requiring additional capital. The traditional approach to this shortfall could be a traditional bank loan, using existing cash savings, ...

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Yanolja raises $ 1.7 billion in new funding from SoftBank Vision Fund 2

Seoul, South Korea, July 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Yanolja (CEO and Founder LEE Su Jin), South Korea leading travel and leisure platform, achieved a $ 1.7 billion investment round by sole investor SoftBank Vision Fund 2 *, one of the world’s largest technology-driven investment funds. Using IoT, AI, big data and blockchain technologies, Yanolja has accelerated the digital ...

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Business owners respond to $ 100 billion in stimulus money set aside in state budget – NBC 7 San Diego

California Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday signed a budget of $ 262.6 billion. The budget represents an agreement between Newsom and the state’s two main legislative leaders, all Democrats. The budget sets aside $ 100 billion for various forms of pandemic relief, and some will land in the pockets of eligible San Diego’s in the form of stimulus checks, small ...

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Equitable Holdings announces first sustainable financing issue of $ 500 million

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Equitable Holdings, Inc. (the “Company”) (NYSE: EQH) today announced the completion of a $ 500 million sustainable financing issue. The issue was offered in the form of 5-year Funding Backed Notes (FABNs) through Equitable Financial Life Global Funding. The transaction attracted strong participation from sustainable bond investors, with around half of the allocations going to investors ...

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Small businesses making payments on city guaranteed loans

Small businesses in Columbus that received low-interest loans from a city-funded program designed to help keep businesses afloat during the pandemic have started repaying what they borrowed. The program, called Columbus INvigorate, loaned approximately $ 874,000 to 48 small businesses within Columbus city limits last year. The three-year loans ranged from $ 5,000 to $ 25,000 with a six-month interest ...

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