Little Village: Submit Your Small Business Improvement Fund Application to Recoup up to $150,000 The Small Business Improvement Fund, or SBIF, is a City of Chicago grant program available to commercial and industrial businesses. The initiative is a vital part of Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s commitment to supporting Chicago’s small businesses. SBIF grants are intended to
Thank you for joining us for our event to celebrate our hard-working members and guests. Here are some photos we captured at the event.
Check out some photos from our recent safety and security meeting, which covered topics such as exterior security cameras for your business, how to make an effective 911 call and what to do in the event of an active shooter in the workplace.
Fall is here, which means we’re preparing to host our semi-annual networking and recognition event for LBRA members. LBRA members are invited to attend this celebration of membership and achievement Nov. 1, with refreshments provided by some of your fellow organizations like The Roscoe Company, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Able Electropolishing, Charter Steel Trading Company and
Small Business Improvement Fund (SBIF) Grants Available: Recoup up to $150,000 in Remodeling Investments (limited time)
Applications Will Also Be Accepted from November 1 to November 30, 2018 For Chicago’s Midwest & Western/Ogden TIF Corridors Businesses in the Midwest and Western/Ogden TIF corridors are invited to apply for SBIF grants providing reimbursement of remodeling expenses of up to $150,000, from August 1 through November 30, 2018. For example: Spend $300,000 or
Newly formed non-profit business organization, Lawndale Business Renaissance Association, recognized Congressman Davis’ support of the revitalization of Chicago’s West Side business community. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 11, 2014 Lawndale Business Renaissance Association (LBRA) is pleased to announced that is has presented Congressman Danny K. Davis of the U.S. 7th Congressional District from Illinois with its
Below is an article about LBRA recently featured in the Chicago Tribune. Lawndale a fertile land for seeds of hope Come along on the Lawndale “seeds of hope” tour. Our guide today is Bernard Jennings. Not long ago, after I wrote a column about Chicago’s neglected West Side, Jennings, who runs the Lawndale Business Renaissance
Our new addition to the website contains a blog that will feature current and upcoming events as well as event details and photos. This blog will enhance communication as well as keeping you up to date with LBRA. Thanks for supporting Lawndale Business Renaissance Association!