WESTFIELD, NJ — Has your small business been impacted by coronavirus?

Downtown Westfield Corporation, the government entity managing the town’s special improvement district, will host a virtual town hall meeting Thursday to discuss government assistance for small businesses impacted by coronavirus, the Downtown Westfield Corporation announced.

Moderated by Bob Zuckerman, executive director of the DWC, panelists will discuss loans, relief packages and other assistance that the state of New Jersey and the U.S. Small Business Administration is offering.

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The discussion will be held via the videoconferencing platform Zoom at 9 a.m. Thursday. It is open to all business owners in Westfield, including those outside of the town’s special improvement district, Zuckerman said.

Advance registration is required. To register, email info@westfieldtoday.com.

Panelists will include the following people:

  • Mayor Shelley Brindle
  • David Margulies, regional director, NJ Small Business Development Center
  • Paul Ceppi, managing director, business development, NJ Economic Development Authority
  • Tom Jardim, Partner and Scott Salmon, Counsel; Jardim, Meisner & Susser, P.C

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