Let’s Keep Connected Town Hall 5/7


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We’re talking funding

Join us and learn about Benton County’s new emergency loan fund for small businesses. Coordinated by the Corvallis-Benton County Economic Development Office this emergency loan fund will assist businesses suffering economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund includes $100,000 from Benton County and $50,000 from DevNW, a local nonprofit.

  • Kate Porsche – Economic Development Manager – Corvallis-Benton County Economic Development 
  • Anne Whittington – Business Consultant – LBCC Small Business Development Center
  • Lynn Meyer – Director of Community Lending – Community Lending Works 
  • Melissa Murphy – Regional Development Officer – Business Oregon

Let’s Keep Connected Virtual Town Halls are your chance to connect with service providers, economic development officers, state agencies, nonprofits, and more.

Each Town Hall features subject matter experts to  help keep you informed of resources and activities to help keep your business resilient in these unusual circumstances.

Every Town Hall is recorded and added to this website and others so if you can’t make one, you can still get access.





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1:00 pm

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