Local, family-owned businesses in Northern Kentucky are having to rapidly adapt their business models based on the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of these small businesses are low on financial resources and need assistance.
Through a novel collaboration between the NKU Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, NKU Small Business Development Center and thanks to a generous grant from the Drees Family Foundation, qualified family-owned businesses will be provided no-cost assistance with technology-based tools and platforms, in order to help these companies adapt to the current disruptive business climate.
The Family Business Relief Program provides local, family-owned businesses, which are headquartered in Boone, Campbell, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, and Pendleton counties with technology-centric services and training designed to help local small businesses adapt and grow.
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