Vendors needed to help with the OKC Rescue Program.
According to an article in The Journal Record, the OKC Rescue Program launched last week, and has already seen more than 200 applications from businesses and nonprofits seeking COVID relief. One of the most popular elements of the relief program is technical assistance, where they match applicants with local vendors to provide needed business services. The program is currently looking for additional technical support vendors as well as vendors who have some experience with small businesses, minority-owned businesses and businesses in low-income census tracts in Oklahoma City.
Technical assistance can provide the business or nonprofit up to $15,000 in services such as marketing, a new website, human resources, financial, business planning and architecture and engineering services through pre-screened local vendors.
For more information or to find out how you can become a vendor visit, The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City, s website here.