Otros recursos COVID-19

A medida que evolucionan los desarrollos en respuesta a la propagación de COVID-19, sabemos que muchas pequeñas empresas tienen preguntas sobre las implicaciones dentro del lugar de trabajo, y las opciones de financiación que ayuden a impulsar sus negocios durante este momento difícil. En esta página estamos recopilando consejos y recursos relevantes como desempleo, licencia familiar remunerada, licencia por enfermedad remunerada, atención médica y más.

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Colorado

Greeley Community Development Fund

The Greeley Community Development Fund assists with the financial needs of companies expanding in or locating to the City of Greeley. The Weld/Larimer Revolving Loan Fund, the City of Greeley, commercial banks in Greeley and the Hispanic Loan Program have joined together to provide the initial funding for this loan program. Short-term financing or loan guarantee for up to 45% of total project costs. Remaining project costs to be funded through banks, private investors or other loan programs. Minimum loan amount - $20,000. Maximum loan amount - $125,000. Maximum loan term - 5 years. Interest rates - negotiable based on the national prime rate. Use of Funds: business purchase, acquisition, improvement or expansion of borrower-occupied real estate, purchase of equipment, furniture, fixtures and machinery, working capital and inventory, re-financing of existing debt in some cases

Area served: Colorado
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Colorado

Colorado Enterprise Fund VALOR Loan Program

Our VALOR Loan program was created for them—to support transitioning service members, veterans, and their families (the SMVF community) with access to affordable capital to start and grow small businesses in Colorado. Loan Amount: Up to $500,000. Loan Rate: 2% discount from standard CEF rates. Origination Fee: 1.5%. Loan Term: Up to 10 years with interest-only period of up to 6 months. Loan Uses: Working capital, equipment, inventory, property improvements, business purchase, commercial real estate. Loan Process: Online application on CEF website with underwriting and approval following standard CEF processes.

Area served: Colorado
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Colorado

"Ask A Lawyer" Hotline

Call our hotline at +1 970-368-2246 between 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday evenings for a free 15-minute consultation with an attorney regarding general legal questions. Existing clients and those who need an attorney for an urgent legal matter may call 970-945-8858 to speak with a staff member between 8:30 - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Area served: Colorado
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Low interest loans, Nonprofit loan/grant programs
Colorado

Grand Junction Business Incubator

COVID-19 Responder Loans

The Grand Junction Business Incubator is providing funds for working capital, equipment and/or inventory to be used to directly support companies responding to the COVID-19 crisis. Loan amount up to $25,000. Repayment term: 12-60 months repayment based on ability to repay. Rate: prime +1% floating with a 4% flow. $250 flat fee. First payment waived for up to 90 days. Secured if collateral is available; personal guarantees required.

Area served: Colorado
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Colorado

Denver Microloan Program

Denver’s new Microlending Program provides lending capital and support services to small businesses and entrepreneurs who lack access to traditional and conventional capital sources. Our goal is to help create, retain, stabilize, and expand local small businesses. The program’s broad goals encompass financial empowerment, community and individual wealth-building, job creation and retention, and neighborhood stabilization. Loans from $5,000 to $50,000 with terms up to five years are available to both startup or expansion phase companies.

Area served: Colorado
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Colorado

Kabbage Gift Certificates to Support Small Businesses

With the current impacts to our economy, we want to make sure there are ways to help local entrepreneurs. Through Kabbage Payments™, any business can sign up to sell gift certificates online, and anyone can purchase them to support participating small businesses. Once registered, businesses can send a custom link to their customers.

Area served: Colorado
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Colorado

Colorado Housing Industry Small Business Loans

Colorado Housing Enterprises provides loans to small-business owners who cannot access affordable bank loans. Our loans can be used for any business purpose: supplies/inventory, equipment, lease improvements, vehicles, purchasing a business, real estate acquisition and development and working capital. No cost to apply! Fixed-rate, fully amortizing term loans. from $15,000 to $250,000. 6-9% interest rate -far lower than credit card rates and other non-bank lenders. Up to 15 year terms, with no prepayment penalty. Build your credit: all loans reported to credit bureaus. Credit concerns? (credit history is considered). Loan products always offered in combination with FREE one-on-one business coaching.

Area served: Colorado
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Colorado

Intel Capital Diversity Initiative

Focused on underrepresented tech entrepreneurs. In June 2015, Intel Capital announced the venture industry's largest-ever commitment to invest in technology companies led by women and underrepresented minorities (African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans). Initially envisioned as a five-year, $125 million fund, the Intel Capital Diversity Initiative was expanded in October 2016 to also invest in startups led by entrepreneurs living with disabilities, U.S.-based entrepreneurs from the LGBTQ community, and U.S. military veterans. In May 2018, Intel Capital announced that the Diversity initiative had exceeded its initial $125 million investment target more than two years ahead of schedule. Through September 2019, we have invested $381M in companies led by diverse teams; such companies make up 15 percent of our active portfolio.

Area served: Colorado
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Colorado

Colorado Enterprise Fund Healthy Foods Fund Program

To ensure all Colorado communities have access to fresh, nutritious and affordable food, and to foster a vibrant local food economy. Loans up to $250,000 for eligible start-ups and existing businesses. Rates and terms vary depending on loan size, credit and use of funds. Special rates for businesses serving lower income populations and areas with limited access to healthy foods. Funds can be used for: working capital, inventory and equipment, property improvements, business purchase, commercial real estate, energy efficiency upgrades.

Area served: Colorado
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Colorado

Colorado Mountain College

Colorado Mountain College Back to Business Consulting

In an effort to aid our local businesses and business professionals, Colorado Mountain College is offering no-cost coaching, live educational trainings and consultation services to in-district businesses (see CMC District Map) during this time of need. CMC Faculty are ready to support you in this time of need. Through connection to faculty, we are able to provide personalized answers to your questions, link you to resources and provide tools to get you back to business. CMC is offering free educational training and live webinars to get you back to business. We are enlisting the support of CMC faculty and community content experts in developing these educational resources.

Area served: Colorado
Audience: Small Business Owners, Self-employed, Non-profits

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