HAMILTON, Ohio — Ohio small businesses are looking for help with some of their biggest challenges.
What you need to know
- Hamilton County Hosts First-Ever Small Business Day
- Hamilton County Commissioner Alicia Reese helped make the event happen
- Business owners can access resources and solve their small business questions.
- Over 900 small businesses registered
Hamilton County hosts its first-ever Small Business Day. The event is being led by Hamilton County Commissioner Alicia Rees, who said it was a viable event that will lead small business owners to the resources they need.
The free event will include workshops, talks with program stakeholders across the state, and applications for a new $4 million grant to support small businesses across the county. Reese said supporting these companies remains important even after the pandemic.
“The most important thing for us is to make sure small businesses understand that as a county we want to do business with you and we want to make sure your business grows in the county. It’s about building relationships with small businesses to help us,” said Reese. “And I want to make sure small businesses know everything that’s available.”
The event takes place on Mondays from 10am to 2pm at the Sharonville Convention Center. So far, more than 900 SMEs have registered for participation.