Small Businesses

Springfield Township, with the help of HCDC applied for, and received, funding through the Duke Energy Foundation to fund six months of HCDC’s Small Business Technical Assistance Program. The Small Business Technical Assistance Program offers free one-on-one coaching to small businesses on a range of topics at the business owner’s choosing. This grant applies to both sides of Springfield Pike / Vine Street – both in the City of Cincinnati and Springfield Township. The health and vitality of the business corridor depends on both the City of Cincinnati and Springfield Township businesses alike.

Springfield Township, the City of Cincinnati, and HCDC will be hosting an informational kick-off meeting on January 7, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. at the Hartwell Recreation Center to introduce business owners to the program, answer questions, and share general information from both Cincinnati and Springfield Township. Attached to this email, please find the invitational letter that is being mailed to businesses along the corridor today. Please feel free to share this information on your website, social media page, newsletter, etc. as you see fit.


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