The Pinellas CARES programs for individual financial assistance and small business grants has been extended to June 30. The extension gives small business owners with a commercial location in the county an opportunity to apply online for the Pinellas CARES Small Business Grant. This one-time $5,000 grant to cover expenses such as employee wages, vendor bills and mortgage or rent costs.
FOR HELP CALL OR EMAIL
Dino Eliadis or Jennifer Avery @ Business Growth Simplified 727-421-5579
Recent Business Recovery Webinars
Listen to Webinar's from April 2020
For assistance on SBA Programs please contact Kurt Forster - email@example.com
UNEMPLOYED? SEE IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
If you are currently out of work, the Florida Reemployment Assistance Program may be able to provide financial assistance while you are unemployed. Learn more about eligibility and the application process.
If you experience technical difficulties with the Florida Reemployment Assistance Program website, you can also print and fill out a paper application: (English | Spanish | Creole). Please note that paper applications could potentially take longer to process than completing an online application.
Chamber of Commerce http://www.dunedinfl.com/
SBA Disaster Loan - Click link to view a Power Point presentation with important application information. Small Business _Power Point Presentation.
There are three ways to apply for an SBA loan. Apply online (disasterloan.sba.gov/ela or ask questions via DisasterCustomerService@sba.gov), apply in person at a disaster center or apply by mail. Call the SBA Customer Service Center at 800-659-2955.
Businesses located in Pinellas County can visit www.pced.org/SBDChelp and complete the appointment form. Our staff at the Florida SBDC at Pinellas County Economic Development will email or call to help you with your application(s) for assistance. SBDC Florida
Pinellas County Economic Development https://www.pced.org
Click link for Pinellas County Economic Indicators Dash Board Pinellas County Dashboard
Click link for Dunedin Demographics Dunedin Demographics 2019
Click link for City of Dunedin Economic Report Search Economic Report Search
The City of Dunedin has always been proud of providing the community with a high level of municipal services, commercial goods and services, and employment and housing opportunities that have resulted in a sense of community and a high quality of life. Economic Development facilitates the creation and maintenance of this quality of life through a strong tax base and a healthy local economy.
The Department of Economic Development facilitates partnerships to promote the cultural institutions and businesses of Dunedin to regional and international visitors and works closely with the Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Merchants Association, Visit Dunedin and other organizations to promote cultural attractions and businesses in Dunedin. We also strive to give all Dunedin citizens an opportunity to contribute and experience the joy of participating in meaningful community activities.
In 2013, the City of Dunedin approved its first Economic Development Master Plan that will serve as a blueprint for the city's future during the next 10 years. The Master Plan looks to protect the charm of Dunedin while encouraging private investment through adaptive reuse.
Click above for more information on Adaptive Re-Use in Dunedin
For more information on development opportunities, with complete confidentiality, please contact Robert Ironsmith at (727)298-3204.