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Indiana announces better access to funds, grants for small businesses

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Indiana Works is expanding access to resources small businesses will need for a smooth recovery from the coronavirus.

On Wednesday, Governor Holcomb announced a new partnership with Indiana Black Expo that seeks to provide direct outreach, support to minority employers, and grants and loans designed to aid the recovery of small businesses in The Hoosier State.

Indiana Works will expand access to economic and workforce recovery programs for minority employers, and encourage small business owners to apply for funding available through state and federal programs.

Eligible small businesses can seek reimbursement for up to 80 percent of qualified expenses. The details can be found at the state’s Back On Track website.

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