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A Coworking Space is Great for Remote Workers

As we look back over the past few months, and as many of us were tying to juggle e-learning, household duties, partners who also work from home, and some semblance of productivity, we understand that these experiences hardly resemble how remote work looked pre-COVID-19. Now as Indiana continues to open back up, more and more employers are […]

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Level Two Entrepreneurship Scholarship

Level Two is proud to announce a program that we have been working on with the Town of Plainfield, with additional support from Home Bank and First Merchants Bank.  Due to our desire to help facilitate a healthy entrepreneurship ecosystem in Hendricks County, we have started an Entrepreneurship Scholarship program.  This program will provide $500 […]

SBA Small Business EIDL Grant has been Reopened!

After running out of money for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Grants in mid-April, and only reopening to Ag businesses after the second tranche of funding was passed into law on April 24th, the EIDL Grants are now open to all small businesses, and allow for advance payments of the EIDL loan of $1000 per […]

This Week’s Small Business Webinars

Hello everyone and Happy Monday.  There are a lot of small business webinars going on this week, from Protecting your business from Fraud to Reinventing your business and Raising Capital.  If you are interested in working on your small business, you may want to check these out and share with friends. Google:  Enhance Your Project […]

PPP Forgiveness Guidance for Small Business Continues to Shift

While last week we wrote about the new legislation that would ease restrictions on PPP Forgiveness, the goal posts have been moved again.  This weekend, the SBA and Treasury came out with a joint statement that brought back partial PPP forgiveness if the new 60% threshold was not attained.  This is welcome relief, as the […]

This Week’s Small Business Webinars

There are a lot of small business webinars going on this week, from boosting Productivity while remote working to applying for PPP forgiveness.  If you are interested in working on your small business, you may want to check these out and share with friends. Simple Ways to Boost Your Productivity While Working Remotely Tuesday June […]

PPP Forgiveness Rules change again for Small Businesses

Last week we wrote about how the House of Representatives passed a law to ease the terms of Forgiveness for the Paycheck Protection Program. Wednesday afternoon the Senate unanimously passed the same bill by voice vote.  The bill will now head to the President’s desk to be signed into law. Due to the fact that there […]

Racial Disparity in Small Business Ownership- Part 1

There have been a lot of opinions and platitudes that have come out over the past week to discuss the killing of George Floyd, and the ensuing protests.  Systemic racism exists, and since we are devoted to developing a healthy entrepreneurship ecosystem in Hendricks County, we wanted to see if (and how) it showed up […]