The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has another $70 million available to businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Find out who qualifies and how to apply.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) has just announced Phase 3 of their Small Business Emergency Grant Program, which has been funded with $70 million in CARES Act money. Phase 3 significantly expands eligibility for the Grant Program and increases the amount of funding businesses can receive. To ensure funding goes to businesses hit hardest by the pandemic, Phase 3 sets aside funding for restaurants, micro-businesses, and businesses based in Opportunity Zone-eligible census tracts.
Join us for a free Q&A with NJEDA Chief Executive Officer, Tim Sullivan, to hear about who qualifies for this funding, the pre-registration process and more.
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