Last year, the New Jersey Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Ramapo College in Mahwah launched its Economic Recovery Task Force Initiative and assembled specialized Economic Recovery Task Forces to aid small businesses during the COVID-19 crisis.
These task forces have provided comprehensive no-cost services to small businesses in the region with regards to loan acquisition, financing, accounting, marketing, and strategic planning. Rendering thousands of hours of service for small businesses in northern New Jersey since its founding, the Economic Recovery Task Force Initiative is credited with providing much needed aid to small businesses during every stage of the pandemic.
“As we move into year two of the Initiative,” said SBDC Regional Director Vincent Vicari, “the task forces are poised to help small businesses move from a focus on resilience to one of growth in the post COVID business landscape.”
The Economic Recovery Task Force Initiative brings together trained professional business management consultants and student volunteers in order to deliver multifaceted aid to small businesses. Each of the specialized task force teams are led by industry experts and work with small businesses to adapt, grow, and overcome challenges. Ryan Greff serves as the chairman of the Ramapo College SBDC’s Economic Recovery Task Force Initiative.
The New Jersey Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Ramapo College is a federal-state-education partnership, primarily funded by the United States Small Business Administration, that provides no-cost business management counseling and information services to small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.
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