Greater Spokane Incorporated and local business organizations launched a digital tool to help businesses determine availability of local, state and federal programs to assist with mitigating COVID-19 impact.
“There is a vast array of resources, relief and assistance at the local, state and federal levels to assist businesses in mitigating the impacts of the COVID-19 emergency,” Alisha Benson, CEO of GSI said in a statement. “We appreciate the complexity of the response and want to help individual businesses connect to resources they need.”
Spokane-based web and mobile app development company Night Fox developed the platform, which provides a customized list of resources relevant to businesses. Avista Corp. was the supporting sponsor of the project.
The digital tool was launched under the regional InlandBizStrong initiative and in partnership with the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce, the West Plains Chamber of Commerce and the Spokane Independent Metro Business Alliance.
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