Chamber Resources To Help Keep Your Business Strong, Prepared, And Proactive

Last April, the area Chambers of Commerce launched the Save Small Business Initiative, a commitment to helping small business recover and succeed. This focus on providing valuable information and effective advocacy continues through many resources

Find more information at our digital resource centers:

  • Small business emergency assistance programs
  • Reopening procedures and state-specific health and safety measures
  • Vaccine concerns

The U.S. Chamber Foundation’s Path Forward series offers expert insights on how to reopen businesses and the economy safely.

Don’t miss this recently published guide on tax credits designed to pay for time off for small business owners or their employees to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.

On the advocacy front, we were proud to help Congress to create the Paycheck Protection Program and to extend it several times.

Our Chamber also successfully pushed Congress to pass relief programs for bars, restaurants, and shuttered venues.

The Chamber will continue fighting for small businesses and helping them recover and succeed. Working through efforts like the Rally for Recovery Commitment, we’re encouraging Americans to get vaccinated and help defeat COVID-19. At the same time, we continue advocating for public policies–like rebuilding our infrastructure and immigration reform–that give businesses the best chance to grow and create jobs.

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