Now with the CARES Act in effect, the time is now for all businesses to contact their local banks or credit unions to apply for the loans, which will be forgiven if certain conditions are met. While some details are being sorted out, the time to begin the application process is now. We have attached an overview of the loan information as prepared by the US Chamber of Commerce.
In advance of Congressional redistricting following the 2020 Census, the Lafayette and Lake Charles metro areas and surrounding parishes are uniting to promote the two regions’ shared values, culture, population, and vision as the Acadiana / Southwest La. Super-Region.more»
The 116th Annual Chamber SWLA Banquet was held Thursday (January 30) inside the Golden Nugget Casino Resort in Lake Charles. On the menu were Grit, Leadership and Breaking Barriers.more»
West Calcasieu Port Director Lynn Hohensee announced that the port is now home to a certified site under Louisiana Economic Development’s Site Certification Program.more»
If you’ve got a groundbreaking business idea, the SEED Center Business Incubator has an opportunity for you! Its eighth annual Business Pitch Competition, set for April 2, 2020, is where dreamers can get the funds to start their new business.more»
DeQuincy Mayor Riley Smith announced today that DeQuincy Industrial is now officially a certified site.more»