Businesses

Business Assistance Programs

New Jersey small businesses affected by Superstorm Sandy may be eligible for grants up to $50,000.
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Federal Disaster Assistance for Businesses

Sandy-affected businesses seeking assistance from FEMA, the Small Business Administration, the Farm Service Agency and other federal agencies can find information at the below link:
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Main Street Disaster Relief Program

The Main Street Disaster Relief Program can make available through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority guarantees of up to $500,000 for commercial lines of credit to businesses that need access to cash to improve their damaged property while awaiting insurance proceeds. Additional information about the Main Street Disaster Relief Program is available at the below link.
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UCDEC Economic Development Corporation Assistance

UCDEC, a statewide economic development corporation, is offering working capital loans up to $25,000 at only 2% for five years to meet the needs of small businesses affected by Superstorm Sandy. Additional information is available at the below link.
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REBUILD New Jersey Program

The REBUILD New Jersey Program is available to provide low-interest loans to New Jersey businesses that are recovering from Superstorm Sandy. These loans range from $10,000 - $30,000 and may be used to pay for building repairs, equipment and inventory purchases, rent or mortgage payments, salary expenses and utility costs. Loan applications and additional information is available at the below link.
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Department of Labor and Workforce Development Economic Recovery Initiatives

To assist businesses and workers following Superstorm Sandy, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has launched several three economic recovery initiatives, including: Recovery4Jersey, Skills4Jersey and Opportunity4Jersey. Additional information for these initiatives is available at the below link.
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New Jersey's Clean Energy Program Incentives

Residents, businesses, towns and schools may be eligible for enhanced rebates for purchasing qualifying energy-efficient equipment and appliances.
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