The times of the coronavirus pose immediate threats to the small business world. Given the economic gravity of this situation and the outstanding backlash the virus will have on the small business sector, the government has approved its largest stimulus package to date. As a part of the $2 trillion dollar stimulus package (CARES Act), over $350 billion dollars has been designated by congress to small businesses. As a small business owner, here is what you need to know: Read More
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Patio Diner in Blanding, Utah serves speciality hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, homemade onion rings, coleslaw and ice cream, cookies and shakes. The batter for the onion rings are Lana Arthur’s own recipe and her speciality. They also feature homemade salad dressings and cookies. Everything they can make from scratch is done in-house. Lana acquired the coleslaw recipe from a previous owner of the building. She received permission to use the recipe that dates back to an owner from the 1960’s. Patio Diner prides itself on cooking from scratch and to order. Although they serve burgers and fries everything is on the healthy side because they use fresh products and real ingredients. Read More
SALT LAKE CITY (April 9, 2018) – The U.S. Small Business Administration recently announced the addition of nine new Women’s Business Centers, including one in Cedar City, Utah. The opening of these new centers will provide assistance and resources to entrepreneurs in new and expanded markets around the nation.
Preparing to Apply for a Loan
The commercial loan process can be daunting for both the new and seasoned business owner. Following are a few things to keep in mind as you prepare for the loan process.