ROCKLAND, Mass. – Rockland Trust has launched a new online Business Resource Center that offers tools and advice on starting, running, marketing and growing companies of all sizes, according to a press release from the bank.
“At Rockland Trust we recognize the need to support the development of local businesses, because their success is vital to the health of our communities,” said Jane Lundquist, executive vice president and director of retail delivery, business banking, and home equity lending at Rockland Trust. “Starting and running a business is challenging and the Business Resource Center is an added resource we offer customers to grow their business and manage their finances.”
Industry-specific advice is offered for segments including accounting, agriculture, dental, legal, medical and retail.
The online resource center also offers advice for women in business, as well as guidance for personal financing topics, such as buying a home, saving for college and planning for retirement.
Massachusetts-based Rockland Trust has two Rhode Island locations, a commercial lending center and an investment management office, both in Providence.
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