The last two years have been hard on most small businesses, forcing some to cut back on costs like advertising or professional memberships, even though those expenses would likely help them in the long run. A new grant from Denver’s Department of Transportation & Infrastructure (DOTI) to The Denver North Business Association (DeNoBA) is aimed at helping small businesses in the G.E.S. community reconnect with their peers by underwriting two year memberships in the organization.
“Membership facilitates connections and provides resources that can prove to be invaluable,” said Jeremy Stern, President of the Board of Directors for DeNoBA. “This generous award from DOTI will further our ability to support those businesses that need it most.”
DeNoBA explained that they endeavor to support all businesses in the area, but know that micro and small businesses are likely more at-risk of closing during challenging times like the last few years. Business owners with up to 24 employees who are interested in connecting with other businesses in the area and utilizing funds from the grant to become members can email Robbi Fraschman, Operations Manager for DeNoBA at email@example.com or visit https://www.denvernorthbusinessassociation.org for more information.
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