{Dollars} for Digital – Renaissance Entrepreneurship Heart Helps Small Enterprise Homeowners


San Mateo County In a relationship with Renaissance Entrepreneurship center and San Mateo County Business Development Association provides a $ 2,500 grant and 1: 1 technical assistance to qualified entrepreneurs and small business owners in San Mateo County, including ecommerce website development, content marketing, SEO, and social media marketing.

To qualify for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Owner Eligibility (1) must have a low income who had an annual income of less than $ 120,000 in 2019 or an average annual income of less than $ 120,000 for the past three years; (2) must live in one of the following postcodes: Daly City: 94014-9401, East Palo Alto: 94303, Menlo Park: 94025, Unrecorded Mid-Coast: 94038, Pescadero: 94060, Redwood City / NFO: 94061-94063, Saint Matthew: 94401-94403, South San Francisco / San Bruno: 94066-94080.

Preliminary check for authorization: Digital Tools and Training Assessment, for questions or assistance in accessing the assessment, please E-mail, [email protected]

Media inquiries::

Timothy Russell, Program Director – [email protected]

Kristall Rasmussen, Program manager – [email protected]

About the Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center – Mid-Peninsula

The Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center has been transforming life through entrepreneurship in the San Francisco Bay Area for 35 years. Our mission is to empower and empower socially and economically diverse women and men, thereby empowering our communities by creating new and sustainable businesses, new jobs, and promoting financial self-sufficiency. Our customers reflect the diversity of the Bay Area: 90% have very low to moderate incomes, 72% are women and 65% are people of color, and almost one in eight has a disability. As a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit small business development organization, Renaissance has played an important role in the Bay Area for 35 years. She serves more than 21,500 low- to middle-income women and men, helping them start and grow more than 6,500 small businesses

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