Small Business Programs & Covid-19 Resources

Bellflower business owners and operators have a special opportunity to participate with 37Oaks, a commerce development company that helps product entrepreneurs scale and diversify through e-commerce, wholesale, storefronts and pop ups. The City has partnered with 37Oaks to offer a 10-course certified program that is  designed to help support our local product-based merchants.    37 Oaks Bellflower Retail Readiness Ad

To qualify for this course, your business must be a product-based i.e. food, beverages, clothing, beauty, books, art, etc. located in Bellflower. You must have a desire to grow into a brick-and-mortar store in the city and must have a minimum of 6 months of business operations. Apply today at www.37oaks.com/bellflower.

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For Spanish speaking Bellflower business owners and residents, the City is working with Asociación de Emprendedor@s to host a free 8-week program that will cover how to start, grow and operate a business. This course will be held in-person with sessions every Thursday from June 30th - August 18th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

To register click the link below or call (714) 627-2671: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/programa-emprendedors-ciudad-de-bellflower-ca-registration-317725123397
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Meet with an experienced mentor at no-cost through SCORE O.C. Sign up at orangecounty.score.org or en espanol https://www.mentoresdenegocios.org/mentores


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REOPENING PROTOCOLS

Download Retail Business Posters here to print (to notice customers):

i.e. Curbside Pickup Only, Please Stay Away if You’re Sick, Please Stay 6 Feet Away, Wear a Cloth Face Covering

http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/bestpractices/#signage


Assistance Programs for Small Businesses 

Learn about the Paycheck Protection Program for Small Businesses  - CARES ACT

SBA funding programs
 
Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Guidance & Resources


Reporting Stigma


The County is committed to assuring that all residents affected by COVID-19 are treated with respect and compassion. We must separate facts from fear and guard against stigma. The outbreak is no excuse for spreading racism and discrimination. If you or someone you know experiences discrimination based on race, nation of origin or other identities, please report it. You can report hate crimes, hate acts, and incidents of bullying in Los Angeles County, whether or not a crime has been committed. Call the Los Angeles County Information line 2-1-1 which is available 24/7, or file a report online at: https://www.211la.org/public-healthand-safety/anti-hate.