|During this chaotic time, the strength of the economic development ecosystem means more than ever. JCEDC wants to ensure that our businesses, communities, and partners know what resources are available to them and businesses in their community. Please share JCEDC’s no-cost, confidential services with those in your community who may need it. |
Johnson County, MO Business Help Line: 660-747-0244 or Toll Free at 1-800-431-0675
IF YOU ARE A BUSINESS: JCEDC has been working to educate and communicate with primary/major employers to ensure they are up to date on all the latest information and how it may affect their business. Contact JCEDC if you are experiencing any of the following, as there may be programs to help you:
-Business Disruption (supply chain, distribution, market, etc)
-Loss/reduction of employment
-Need for operating capital, debt restructuring, or increased workforce
JCEDC is working to stay updated on the latest resources and guidance to help Johnson County businesses with the following COVID-19 assistance programs. Please contact JCEDC for assistance with federal or state programs such as:
-CARES Act – Payroll Protection Program Loan Program
-Families First Coronavirus Response Act (Employer Paid Leave)
-SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)
-SBA Debt Relief Program
-Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) Program
-Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program
-Missouri Shared Work
IF YOU ARE A SMALL BUSINESS: As an official co-counseling location for the Missouri Small Business Development Center at State Fair Community College (MOSBDC at SFCC), we are continuing to provide small business assistance in many areas. Read more about JCEDC’s small business services. In addition to the information above, JCEDC provides a Microloan Program, with loans up to $10,000 for small businesses in Johnson County, with expedited processes in place. Since 2006, the Microloan program has provided $125,000 to Johnson County businesses. Funds are limited, please contact JCEDC as soon as possible to learn more.
STAY PREPARED: If you haven’t already, begin by seeking guidance from your professional partners, including:
-Financial Institution / Lender
BE AWARE: Beware of scams that are targeting employees and small businesses. If you have concerns about the legitimacy of a program, you may contact JCEDC or your professional partners.
STAY UP TO DATE: Visit: JCEDC COVID-19 Business & Community Resource List If you have a question that you cannot find the answer to, please call us. We will do everything possible to get you an answer or connect you with the proper resource that can. Stay strong and know that JCEDC is committed to helping you, your business, and Johnson County.
CONTACT US: Phone: 660-747-0244 OR Toll Free: 1-800-431-0675
-Tracy Brantner, Executive Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Aimee Courtaway, Business & Talent Development Coordinator: email@example.com