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MWMCA 18th Annual Spring Breakfast
Join MWMCA to salute 10 leading corporate firms and government agencies that have demonstrated a continued commitment to assisting small, minority and women owned firms during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, attendees can participate in Business Matchmaking Meetings and meet 50+ hosts representing prime construction, healthcare, utilities, education, government and more to learn how to do business with prime companies, government agencies and learn more information about Minority/Women-Owned Business Certifications.
Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses Program
Cohort 11 is running smoothly (online), we have business owners from all around the state participating; two as far away as Charles County!
We’ve just closed the window for accepting applications for the May 2021 cohort, which will run virtually. So I’m now looking for applicants for the September – December cohort.
With the pandemic still impacting business, we’ve temporarily lowered the minimum criteria from $100k annual revenue to $75k.
If you know of anyone who might be interested and a good match, please pass on our information:
Link to a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Z_22wmJnfE&t=5s
Link to our local webpage https://www.10ksbapply.com/baltimore ; and postcard can be downloaded here/
We are also running a webinar series for business professionals; you can see the next one on business finance on Wednesday, Feb 24 at 12:30 p.m. here:
Governor Hogan’s $1 Billion Emergency Stimulus and Tax Relief
Governor Hogan’s emergency legislative package, RELIEF Act of 2021, will provide more than $1 billion in direct stimulus and tax relief for working families, small businesses and those that have lost their jobs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supports small businesses with sales tax credits of up to $3,000 per month for four months— for a total of up to $12,000—freeing-up much needed resources to protect payrolls and sustain operations. This relief will directly help more than 55,000 Maryland small businesses. ($300 million).
Extends unemployment tax relief for small businesses, staving off sudden and substantial tax hikes in 2021. This provision codifies an emergency order the governor issued last month. ($218 million).
Safeguards Maryland businesses against any tax increase triggered by the use of state loan or grant funds. ($40 million).