Oak Lawn Woman Got Locked Out Of Her Facebook Business Account, And Even Facebook Can't Be Sure If The Email To Blame Was A ScamAn Oak Lawn woman said she was shut out of her company’s Facebook page – and even Facebook itself isn’t sure whether it’s a scam or not.
A Glimmer Of Normalcy In Chicago As Customers Return To Small Businesses And Massive Venues AlikeThis first weekend of May was a first crack at normalcy for many businesses welcoming back customers – from small businesses to massive operators such as Navy Pier and Arlington Park racetrack.
With State's Business Interruption Grant Program Winding Down, Pritzker Urges Small Businesses To Apply For Financial AidSmall businesses in Illinois that have been struggling to survive during the pandemic have only a few days left to apply for grants of up to $150,000 from the state of Illinois' "Business Interruption Grant" program.
Hit By Pandemic Months After Opening, Taylor's Tacos Finds Way To Pull Through At The Hatchery Business IncubatorWith even companies with deep pockets hurting during the economic crisis pandemic, imagine being a business that just launched.
This Small Business Saturday, Chicago Area Businesses Say This Holiday Shopping Season Is Make-Or-BreakThis is Small Business Saturday, and at the forefront is a reminder that the holiday shopping season ahead is make-or-break for small businesses that are on the brink.
Black Shop Friday Hopes To Bring In People To Shop Local Black Owned Businesses; 'It's All About Providing A Good Product'A recent study from the Stanford Institute of Economic Policy showed 41% of Black business owners shuttered in the first half of this pandemic, compared to 17% of white business owners.
Illinois Awards $46 Million From Second Round Of Grants To Help Small Businesses Struggling During PandemicGov. JB Pritzker said a program to help small businesses during the pandemic is now working more quickly to get money out.
Smaller Restaurants Worry With Possibility Of Return To Phase 3 Restrictions In Chicago Due To COVID-19Some small restaurants continue to do everything they can to survive the coronavirus pandemic, and they were worried with the warning Monday from Mayor Lori Lightfoot that the city could be pushed back to Phase 3.
Amid Pandemic Losses, Christmas Can't Come Soon Enough For Chicago Small BusinessesBrick-and-mortar stores need holiday shoppers ASAP.
Pritzker Announces $245 Million In New Aid For Small Businesses; Predicts State And Local Budget Cuts Without Federal SupportApplications for the second round of the state's Business Interruption Grants (BIG) Program will be made available on Thursday afternoon, offering $220 million in financial assistance for small businesses that were hit hard by the pandemic.
Gov. Pritzker Announces Deployment Of $46 Million In Aid For Small BusinessesIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Wednesday announced the deployment of the first $46 million in the state’s Business Interruption Grant program to help small businesses that have hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.