PBN summit panelists lay out latest rules on federal, state business relief

Updated at 12:57 p.m.

MARK S. HAYWARD, bottom center, U.S. Small Business Administration Rhode Island District director, shares insights about the small-business relief programs during PBN's 2021 Coronavirus Business Stimulus Summit on Thursday. Also participating was, from top left, Anthony J. Mangiarelli, partner and director of enterprise solutions group for Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co., PBN Editor Michael Mello, and Kristin Urbach, executive director for the North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce. At bottom left is Jenny Pereira, Rhode Island Foundation vice president of grants and community investment.
MARK S. HAYWARD, bottom center, U.S. Small Business Administration Rhode Island District director, shares insights about the small-business relief programs during PBN's 2021 Coronavirus Business Stimulus Summit on Thursday. Also participating was, from top left, Anthony J. Mangiarelli, partner and director of enterprise solutions group for Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co., PBN Editor Michael Mello, and Kristin Urbach, executive director for the North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce. At bottom left is Jenny Pereira, Rhode Island Foundation vice president of grants and community investment.
PROVIDENCE – The dizzying array of state and federal relief programs rolled out over the last year is enough to trip up even the savviest small-business owners. Panelists representing the accounting, nonprofit, business services and government sectors shed light on the latest rules and requirements for small-business relief during Providence Business News’ 2021 Coronavirus Business…

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