The Bmore CoLab is a one-stop shop for individuals, small businesses, and entrepreneurs looking to start or build their business or financial goals. Through collaboration, four nonprofit organizations working in the CoLab provide comprehensive services that can help with a range of services such as creating a business plan, connecting with mentors, accessing capital and getting your financial systems, like banking and taxes, in place so you can succeed!
The Bmore CoLab is supported by the T. Rowe Price Foundation and is located at the corner of Lombard and Calvert Streets in Baltimore, MD.
Services are by appointment only. The focus of the collaboration is to empower entrepreneurship and financial wellbeing in Baltimore.
Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland Department of Labor have announced additional funding is available beginning Wednesday, October 28th through the successful COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Fund, which is designed to support small businesses undergoing economic stresses due to the pandemic by preventing or minimizing the duration of unemployment resulting from layoffs. The award (up to $50,000 per applicant), will be a quick deployable benefit and customizable to the specific needs of your business to minimize the need for layoffs.
Labor will begin accepting grant applications from small businesses on Wednesday, October 28th and the program will remain open through 30 days after the State of Emergency ends or until funding has been fully exhausted.
Read more and apply here
Does your small business need assistance with their taxes? The CASH Campaign has an experienced CPA available to help with your returns. For more information about this low-cost program. Click the button below to sign up.