Keep Your Business & Family Stabilized
Mobilized Resources are Available
Good Morning Dear Chamber Members,

We are here for you during this time of uncertainty. We understand that your businesses, customers, and employees are your primary concern. We are prepared to equip you with resources to keep you "In the Know" and stabilized. We want to ensure you can make calculated decisions based on the mobilized resources by our federal, state, and local agencies to help achieve peace of mind. Our state, regional, and local agencies have done an excellent job keeping us informed.

We have invited state and local agencies to speak to our members directly. We will host a weekly "In the Know" virtual webinar series that will occur Tuesdays at 10AM starting March 24. The recordings will be made available after each call for those unable to join live.

We will get through this together. Be on the call.
In Support of You,
Amber Batchelor
President & CEO
Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce
Small Business Administration Call Today
Be on the Call. Hear from the Experts.
SBA Offers Assistance to Small Business Owners

Please join SBA today to learn more about the resources SBA (Small Business Administration) and SBDC (Small Business Development Center) will be providing to small businesses who have been economically impacted due to the Coronavirus.

They will also be answering questions from the participants on the call.

Join by phone
Dial-in Number:+1 (786) 749-6387,
Access Code: 590047996#               
Conference ID: 590047996
Small Business Owners
Resource Call
Today, March 18, 2020
11 AM - Noon OR
2 PM – 3 PM
If you miss the call we are sending out information to keep you in the know.
This invitation comes from
Victoria Guerrero, District Director
U.S. Small Business Administration
"In the Know" Business Briefing | March 24
Be on the Call. Hear from the Experts.
"In the Know" Virtual Series by Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce

Tuesday, March 24 | 10AM

Hear from Tom Kindred, Jr. for Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Regional Director.

Following an economic disaster in Florida, the Florida Small Business Development Center at Indian River State College (FSBDC@IRSC) serves as the business community’s primary contact for the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program – A state disaster loan program. 

This week, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the activation of the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program to support small businesses impacted by COVID-19. The application period opens today, March 17, 2020 and runs through May 8, 2020.

Tom Kindred, Jr.
Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Regional Director