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This webinar is an end-of-program wrap-up webinar devoted to answering your final questions as the application period for PPP Loans starts coming to a close. This is a must-attend webinar as it focuses on the PPP2 application and forgiveness issues, but also touches on the PPP1 outstanding issues as well as provides updates on the EIDL loan program for disaster-caused relief assistance. If you have doubts about your eligibility, you need to register and attend. If you have doubts regarding the wisdom of taking on debt or how to qualify for full forgiveness, you should register and attend.
Additional to the PPP and EIDL information and updates, information will be given that will directly affect your business's ability to remain resilient in trying economic times. Come prepared to ask questions in a comfortable setting.

This will be the last webinar for Pandemic Finance issues for some time, at least until the next stimulus bill being debated in Congress reaches the street. This is the last opportunity for you to decide to opt in or out to forgivable loans for the near future. Plan to attend.
No Cost.

The Zoom join link will be emailed to you following your registration.
This webinar will focus on how you as a restaurant connect with your clients through social media. Three experts will make up this panel to inform you regarding your presentation and positioning in the marketplace, various methods of delivering your message, and some best practices for social media marketing.
Additional to the panel will be information regarding Workforce Development’s Layoff Aversion Small Grants Program to assist restaurants obtain the tools needed to maintain cash flow and retain valued employees as society reopens.
This is the third webinar in a five-part series dedicated to the restaurant industry. The project is part of the Oregon Small Business Development Network's Oregon Restaurant COVID-19 Assistance program (ORCA), in collaboration with the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association (ORLA). For more information on ORCA's targeted assistance to Oregon's restaurateurs, visit
This webinar is delivered to you at no cost, and is a gateway into connecting with an experienced restaurant advisor and access to resources. This webinar series ends in May with the project terminating at the end of September. The time is right for you to act and engage with these excellent resources to build your resiliency and profitability in 2021.
Additional information regarding this project is found HERE.
No Cost.

The Zoom join link will be emailed to you following your registration.
Small business owners are eligible for free, confidential, one-on-one business advising from the Southern Oregon University SBDC.
The SOU Small Business Development Center is located at the RCC/SOU Higher Education Center, 101 S. Bartlett Street (between Central and Riverside off 8th Street), in Medford. We offer local business advising for every stage of your business: from idea, to launch, to expansion--even help guide you through an exit or succession plan. Call for an appointment today: (541) 552-8300.
Oregon Small Business Development Centers are funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration, and by the Oregon Business Development Department.
SOU Small Business Development Center | 101 S. Bartlett StreetRoom 130Medford, OR 97501

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