Join the Lake Street Council next week for a virtual meet and greet with the Lake Street corridor's newly elected City of Minneapolis Council Members. Please join to get updates about the corridor, meet the new elected officials, and ask questions about your concerns.
Date: Wednesday, December 8, 2021
Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am
Join via Zoom
Meeting ID: 817 8480 4037
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Council Members in Attendance include Robin Wonsley Worlobah (Ward 2), Jason Chavez (Ward 9) and Aisha Chughtai (Ward 10).
The Hub Bike Co-op is hiring a new Deposits & Invoices Finance Coordinator. The position is responsible for overseeing all financial activity and ensuring accurate, accepted accounting methods are used to maintain and employ up-to-date financial records. This includes the weekly processing of cash deposits & payment of invoices as well as communication with vendors. This role works in tandem with the Bookkeeping Finance Coordinator. This position offers a number of benefits, including PTO, parental leave, and of course the ability to become a Worker-Owner! Find the full job description and submit an application here.
Did you know there is still time to access COVID relief funds from the Small Business Administration's EIDL program!? With new changes to the program now finalized, Main Street Alliance is partnering with the SBA for an update on EIDL and what is still available through December 31st, 2021.
Join MSA and the SBA on Wednesday, December 1st at 12 noon for critical updates to the last open COVID relief program, including changes in interest rates, abilities to consolidate debt, and more. Learn more and Register here.
Are you a business owner looking to learn more about financial management?
Neighborhood Development Center will show you how to identify the information needed to record transactions and construct a balance sheet, create a profit and loss statement, project cashflow and more! The webinar is available in both English and Spanish and starts in December.
Money Matters (English)
El Dinero es Importante (en Espanol)
This workshop is open to entrepreneurs who have been operating their business for at least two years. Priority will be given to businesses impacted by civil unrest on Lake Street following the murder of George Floyd.
The Coven recently launched two new self-paced video series created specifically for entrepreneurs - "Build a Business" and "Grow a Business." Over 40 episodes will be released on the Coven's platform throughout October and November covering a wide range of topics delivered by local experts. Hennepin County business owners can access the entire series at no cost. To access the training sessions, contact The Coven at Hello@TheCoven.com
The deadline to enroll in the special Recovery Rebate programs for both Xcel Energy and CenterPoint Energy has been extended to December 31, 2021. Eligibility is limited to CenterPoint and Xcel customers making repairs and purchases as a result of acts of property damage in the Twin Cities area in 2020.
More information on Xcel rebates
More information on CenterPoint rebates
The holiday season is the perfect time to spread cheer and offer good tidings to your community and local businesses, which is why Arbeiter Brewing Company and Third Daughter Restless Daughter have partnered to bring you an amazing line-up of makers and artists. Come out on Saturday, November 27 from 1-6pm and Shop Small! See all the details here.
This week, the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) announced the recipients of the Small Business Partnership Grant Program: non-profits and public entities who will provide and facilitate business development and technical assistance to entrepreneurs and small businesses.
This program $9.8M fund will provide resources to businesses across Minnesota who have faced unprecedented challenges over the past two years.The purpose is to support the start-up, growth, and success of Minnesota's entrepreneurs and small business owners through the delivery of high quality free or low-cost professional business development and technical assistance services.
Lake Street Council and Redesign were among recipients and once grant contracts are completed later this year, these organizations can begin set up programs to get these supports to businesses in the Greater Longfellow.