Community Futures Sunrise unveils two low-interest business microloans

Community Futures (CF) Sunrise has announced the launched of two new, loan-interest business microloans to help boost companies through challenging economic times, and to help entrepreneurs with new ideas start their ventures in the southeast.

“Now more than ever we need to stand by our small business community as they manage through the impact of COVID-19,” said CF Sunrise general manager Verna O’Neill. “We’re offering low-interest microloans of up to $25,000 to help business owners start, pivot, maintain or even expand their operations.”

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Biz Start and Biz Boost microloans offer what Sunrise calls low interest rates, flexible repayment terms and no application fee. They want to make these funds available to those businesses that need the financial support in our southeast Saskatchewan region.”

The Biz Start and Biz Boost low-interest business microloans can be applied for online through the CF Sunrise website or by calling the CF Sunrise office.

“It’s our hope that by providing an online application, our busy entrepreneurs can apply after hours or at any time that suits their schedule. And we’re just an email or call away to answer questions about our new microloan program. We want entrepreneurs to find the answers they need without the frustration of long wait times or caller menus.”


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