Michigan Entrepreneur Resilience Fund launches, providing grants and microloans

Michigan Entrepreneur Resilience Fund launches, providing grants and microloans

Michigan Entrepreneur Resilience Fund launches, providing grants and microloans
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Several organizations have joined together in a collaborative effort to help geographically and demographically disadvantaged small business owners fight the economic obstacles brought on by coronavirus shutdowns.

The Michigan Entrepreneur Resilience Fund is offering grants of $1,000-$5,000 as well as microloans of $5,000-$10,000. To be eligible your business must have fewer than 50 employees, have generated revenue for minimum of 1 year, and earn no more than $500,000 in annual revenue.

Learn more about the Michigan Entrepreneur Resilience Fund, here.

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