Industry Experts Break Down How Restaurant Operators Can Take Advantage of Relief Funding
PASADENA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kitchen United, the kitchen as a service company built to serve the fast growing world of off-premise dining, today announced it will host an instructional webinar for restaurant operators of any size to learn exactly how they can take advantage of the $2 trillion Federal stimulus package passed March 27. The webinar will be held Tuesday, March 31, 10-11 a.m. PDT, and can be accessed for free via http://bit.ly/RestaurantReliefWebinar. A replay will also be available on the company’s website.
The webinar will be hosted by Michael Montagano, Chief Financial Officer of Kitchen United and finance, legal, and legislative expert. Montagano will share simple tips for restaurants applying for federal relief funding. Jim Collins, Chief Executive Officer of Kitchen United, will also share insights based on his experience as an independent restaurant owner who has gone through the process.
In an effort to combat the health and economic impacts of COVID-19, the U.S. Federal Government enacted a $2 trillion stimulus bill. For restaurants of all sizes, $803 billion is allocated for loans to businesses, of which $349 billion is dedicated to small businesses. Learn from this webinar if your business qualifies for relief, how much financial support you may be able to secure and how to apply for support. Additional webinars will be produced by Kitchen United to help restaurants on related topics.
“The restaurant industry was impacted almost overnight by the emergence of COVID-19, and understandably, operators are grappling with the responsibility of paying bills, what they can feasibly do in regard to labor, and more,” said Collins. “We invite operators to join us for an informative webinar where we will break the process down into five easy to understand steps as well as provide access to all of the applicable links and forms that are part of the process.”
About Kitchen United
Kitchen United is a kitchen as a service company that provides restaurant operators with a value-driven, low-risk way to enter into new markets, grow revenue through off-premise dining and expand delivery areas by removing barriers such as capital or technology challenges. For additional information, please visit: http://www.kitchenunited.com.
Kate Ottavio-Kent, ICR for Kitchen United
This article published with permission from Business Wire