BOISE, Idaho — Business that had to close during the spread of COVID-19 are now starting to reopen, but some are facing challenges in getting their businesses back up and running. This is especially true for small, minority-owned businesses.
That is why the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is hosting a special webinar Thursday to show owners what economic relief and support systems are available to them.
"We just want to bring some clarity to our Hispanic owned businesses that we represent in our membership and support, just to give them a clearer understanding of where we're at now, what the next steps are, especially as we transition into reopening the state," said Enrique Rivera, President and CEO of the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
The webinar is open to any small business owner, not just those in the Hispanic community. It will run from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on May 7 and you can find a link to register here.