ComcastRISE Initiative Provides Small Businesses with Free Marketing Insights and Opportunities to Apply for Media, Technology Upgrades and Grants Up To $10,000
Black-Owned Small Businesses, Those Impacted Most by the Pandemic, are the First Eligible Applicants for Comcast RISE Resources and Grants.
Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA) today launched Comcast RISE, an initiative created to help strengthen and empower small businesses hard hit by COVID-19. The Comcast RISE program will help thousands of small businesses over the next three years. The multi-faceted program offers grants, marketing and technology upgrades, including media campaigns and connectivity, computer and voice equipment, as well as free marketing insights to all applicants.
U.S. small businesses have been particularly hard hit by the pandemic. A recent study from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that the number of U.S. active business owners dropped from 15 million to 11.7 million from February to April. The study
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The pandemic has prompted people of all ages to consider wills and emergency health plans.
At a minimum, lawyers recommend New Yorkers complete a health care proxy and consider a power of attorney, which, respectively, allow others to steer their treatment and finances, if necessary.
Here are few resources for end-of-life planning.
Definitions and documents
When and why
Consider and codify your preferences when you’re healthy because documents cannot be finalized if there are questions about your ability to understand what you’re signing, said Maria Hunter, director of the public benefits unit at New York Legal Assistance Group, which provides free financial planning and legal assistance to low-income New Yorkers.
Be aware that if your wishes do not match the state’s framework, you will want to draft your own plans. Working with an attorney becomes more important when your preferences are “jumping the line,” according to Erika Verrill, attorney for
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The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library has established Business Central. EVPL’s Business Central is a hub, both digital and physical, of resources for those looking to further their career, improve skills, start a new business and more.
“EVPL’s Business Central is ready to assist you with your career or your business,” EVPL CEO-Director Scott Kinney said. “We have the tools and resources available to help everyone from those beginning their career to veteran business owners.”
Knowledgeable staff can help guide library users through available resources to build a resume, practice interview skills and get assistance with job searching. To navigate how to start a small business, EVPL librarians can assist with accessing information on bookkeeping, financing and small business planning. For those who are in need of aid, EVPL’s Business Central has curated resources to receive