Experts Can Help Local Businesses Navigate COVID-19 Financial Assistance

by Think Currituck, on 3/30/20 12:09 PM


Businesses are facing a lot of uncertainty right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

While there are many options to help you (and your employees) financially, navigating these financial assistance programs can be a challenge in itself.

But the good news is that there are local experts who can help.

If your small businesses is facing fewer customers, disrupted supply chains and cash flow challenges, there are several options to help you through this tough period.

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The local chapter of the Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC), housed out of Elizabeth City State University, can meet with your business, one-on-one at NO COST, to:

  • Assess the financial impact on your business
  • Develop strategies for your business continuity and recovery
  • Analyze your cash flow
  • Evaluate options with creditors
  • Assist in preparation of your SBA disaster loan application

If your business is in the Moyock and Central Currituck area please contact:
Michael Twiddy
SBTDC Regional Center Director - ECSU
(252) 339-2896 (cell)

For assistance in Lower Currituck and the Corolla areas please contact:
Matthew Byrne
SBTDC Regional Center Assistant Director - ECSU
(252) 489-6299 (cell)

For locations outside Currituck County, you can fill out an online request for counseling on the SBDTC website.


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