SARANAC LAKE | The Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) is inviting local entrepreneurs to join more than 100 small businesses and nonprofits who have already enrolled in its Center for Pandemic Response (ANCA CPR).

Made up of program navigators from ANCA and expert service providers from partner organizations, ANCA CPR helps North Country small businesses build stability and resilience.

Whether or not they have experienced negative economic impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses and organizations can still benefit from the professional support and free and low-cost technical services ANCA CPR provides. ANCA is now launching a marketing campaign designed to engage new businesses in the program.

“We want people to know that no matter what kind of business they operate and no matter where they are in their business journey, we can connect them with resources and professional networks to address their needs and plan for the future,” said Danielle Delaini, ANCA’s Entrepreneurial Economy Program director.

“These services cover practical concerns like fixed costs, supply chain efficiencies and marketing, as well as holistic goals like improved communication, diversity and belonging in the workplace.”

Read the full article in the Sun Community News.