Even even though navigating the a variety of systems set up to assistance firms weather conditions the pandemic storm can be challenging, the Chamber of Commerce of Jap Connecticut is guaranteeing it clarifies things for its associates.

On Tuesday morning, Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz, Department of Financial and Group Growth (DECD) Director Glendowlyn Thames and U.S. Modest Enterprise Administration District Director Catherine Marx addressed the chamber members in a digital conference about what varieties of loans, grants and other support is readily available, and they also gave viewers a prospect to inquire questions.

Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz led an online panel discussion on Wednesday about domestic violence during the pandemic.

Bysiewicz explained that companies have been employing the DECD Grant method, which awards $5,000. Bysiewicz said that 18,000 corporations have applied for it, and Thames claimed $7,000 have gained money. The program will wrap up this 7 days with 10,000 firms whole getting grants.

Another grant application that has been begun is the Connecticut Restoration Grant, to distribute a total of $35 million to corporations. With this system, there is no software procedure, and eligibility is predetermined by seeking at Office of Revenue Companies filings. The grant is centered on smaller to medium sized businesses that have below $10 million in payroll. The grant begun to be dispersed on Jan 8.