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May 6th Pawtucket Business Resources Webinar

The City of Pawtucket is excited to be participating in a free business resources webinar for Pawtucket business owners on Wednesday, May 6th from 3:00-4:00 PM.

Small businesses are the backbone of Pawtucket, and this webinar is designed to connect business owners with the city, state and federal resources they need to get through the COVID-19 pandemic and back to business.

Topics will include applying for emergency Pawtucket Economic Development Grants, applying for resources including Unemployment Insurance and the Paycheck Protection Program, working with the City on regulatory and tax issues during the pandemic, and preparing for the reopening of Pawtucket’s economy.

Register for the webinar here: - and email questions in advance to


  • Donald Grebien, Mayor, City of Pawtucket
  • Pawtucket businesses and business owners
  • Jeanne Boyle, Economic Development Director, City of Pawtucket
  • Jan Brodie, Executive Director, Pawtucket Foundation
  • Oscar Mejais, Rhode Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Sarah Bratko, Rhode Island Hospitality Association
  • Dennis McCarthy, Small Business Development Corporation
  • Chris Cannata, Director Business Advisory Group, Commerce RI
  • Liz Catucci, President, Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce

WHEN: Wednesday, May 6th from 3:00-4:00 PM


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