The MBDA Pandemic Recovery Center, an initiative operated through Houston Community College’s Office of Entrepreneurial Initiatives and funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce through the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) has partnered with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to host a small business resource summit to assist entrepreneurs and businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic to recover, re-strategize and reconnect with the community.
This event aims to connect small businesses with critical resources and information to address post-pandemic barriers impacting the success of their business, develop economic resiliency, and create business opportunities.
Additionally, this event will help small businesses access and utilize resources to grow their business and create jobs. This event will also provide opportunities for small business owners to expand their networks and connect with vendors, lenders, and other key stakeholders that are critical for their business success.
During the resource summit, a panel discussion led by industry experts will address key topics impacting the future success of small businesses.
Those topics will include:
- Global and local economic outlooks impacting our region.
- Mental health impacts building a stronger, more resilient workforce.
- The tech ecosystem and the future of remote work.
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