Beyond COVID podcast: Indy Chamber is trying to help companies stay on their feet through the shutdown

As big events like conventions and the Big Ten and NCAA tournaments started canceling last month, leaving the small business across the city reeling, the Indy Chamber sprang into action to offer resources and eventually a loan program in conjunction with the Hogsett administration.

Indy Chamber CEO Michael Huber talks about the programs, what kinds of companies need them most and how the experiences have changed the way he’s thinking about his organization and what its mission will be going forward.

Beyond COVID is an IBJ podcast that’s about getting your company to the other side of the coronavirus crisis. You can find it every Tuesday at IBJ.com/coronavirus and subscribe at Apple Podcasts and TuneIn.

Check out our first episode:

Beyond COVID: Why a 90-day sprint is key to getting your company ready for the economy to restart

Music for IBJ’s Beyond COVID podcast is by Septahelix and is licensed to the public under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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