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The Metco Small Company Financing Program In Louisville Has Been Expanded

The Metco Small Company Financing Program In Louisville Has Been Expanded

The Metropolitan Business Development Corp. (METCO) board has supported small businesses in Jefferson County for 40 years through a variety of lending programs, including approximately $3.2 million in low-interest loans this year. Mayor Greg Fischer said on Monday that two of the city’s loan programs will have their eligibility expanded. “METCO has been assisting entrepreneurs …

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The City And A Nonprofit Organization Are Collaborating On A $2.2 Million Loan Fund For Small Enterprises

The City And A Nonprofit Organization Are Collaborating On A $2.2 Million Loan Fund For Small Enterprises

The Louisville Metro Government has established a partnership with the nonprofit LHOME to manage a $2.2 million loan fund for small businesses in COVID-19-affected Smoketown, Shelby Park, and nine west Louisville areas. What You Should Know Louisville Metro Government has partnered with the NGO LHOME to manage a $2.2 million small business lending fund. For …

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Mayor: Louisville Is Well-Positioned For Economic Recovery In 2022, With A Strong Focus On Equity And Justice

Mayor: Louisville Is Well-Positioned For Economic Recovery In 2022, With A Strong Focus On Equity And Justice

Mayor Greg Fischer described 2021 as a year in which Louisville “greatly enhanced our work to accomplish our city’s guiding goals of being a city of lifelong learning, a healthier city, and a city of even greater compassion.” That work will intensify even more in 2022, his final year as Mayor, he promised, citing a …

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Louisville Small Business Still Struggles With Staffing

Louisville Small Business Still Struggles With Staffing

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear revealed on Thursday that the state’s unemployment rate has reduced and that employment has increased significantly in the state. He stated that the number of employed Kentuckians climbed by 8,105 in December, while the number of unemployed Kentuckians declined by 2,854 during the same month. In Beshear’s words, “it continues to …

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How Louisville Can Become A More Powerful And Equitable Ai And Data Economy Hub Jobs

How Louisville Can Become A More Powerful And Equitable Ai And Data Economy Hub Jobs

Louisville, Ky., like many other towns and regions across the country, is facing a number of severe economic and social issues as a result of the COVID-19 catastrophe. Opportunities to generate and preserve good-paying jobs in developing sectors—and to assure equal access to those jobs—are emerging as critical priority for municipal leaders as they strive …

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Economic Forecast for Louisville in 2022

Economic Forecast for Louisville in 2022

According to last year’s forecast, Louisville metro payrolls would eliminate employment losses by the end of 2021. The appearance of the unknown delta variation, record-breaking job opportunities, and supply chain issues, however, managed to postpone last year’s generally upbeat prediction. Despite these challenges, the Louisville metro area appears to be on track to recover almost …

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