Small Business Tool Kit
Starting a business or operating an established business can be challenging; however, it can also be very rewarding. An entrepreneur not only needs to know his or her specific trade, but also a number of other areas. The Small Tool Kit can help.
Obviously the "small business tool kit" can not address every issue of importance to a small business, but it is an attempt to collect resources that can be used by small businesses. If you know of anything, non-commercial in nature, that you think would add value to the tool kit please email or call Dan Massy at (231) 832-7397.
- Access COVID-19 resources for businesses by visiting the Michigan Economic Development Corporation's, Resources for Michigan Businesses during COVID-19 webpage.
- In September Osceola County awarded $174,523 in grants to 24 small businesses and nonprofits across the county as part of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation's Small Business Relief Program. The program allocated federal CARES Act funding to provide support to Michigan’s small businesses and nonprofits that are reopening and have experienced a loss of income as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Within Osceola County the grants helped retain 149 jobs.