Getting McKinney Back To Business

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McKinney businesses and our community are experiencing a range of challenges associated with the Coronavirus, from employee bandwidth to time constraints – all within this rapidly changing health environment.

While some organizations have procedures in place to handle pandemic situations, others do not. The resources below can help business and community leaders better understand and plan for health situations like the one we’re currently experiencing, plus how we can all get back to business.

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Event Industry Floundering on Brink of Disaster – Asking For Governor’s Guidance

McKINNEY, TX – The Lone Star State is opening up. There are still restrictions, to be sure, especially for places like gyms and restaurants, but the government – responsible for shutting down businesses in mid-March – has given regular guidance since Phase One to...

Adapting To The New Normal

Restaurants, McKinney Chamber Team Up to Form McKinney Restaurant Council McKINNEY, TX (May 18, 2020) – It was mid-March when Joy Booth, the owner of E.J. Wills Gastropub, was busy getting ready for a week of parties that was planned at her restaurant. What was the...

Local SBA Lenders

The Small Business Administration (SBA) works with designated intermediary lenders across the country to provide financing to small businesses. We have gathered a list of local institutions that are currently working with our business community. SBA Lenders BB&T...

The Importance of Data Marketing During COVID-19

Businesses around the US and world have been forced into a unique position in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic and stay and shelter orders across many counties and states.  Many businesses have closed their doors  while others are making a drastic shift to offer...

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) vs SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)

The two biggest stimulus programs for small businesses are the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). What are the differences between them?  Maximum loan amount: $2 million...

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McKinney Economic Development Corporation


Congressman Van Taylor

McKinney ISD

McKinney Community Development Corporation


Small Business Administration

McKinney ISD

City of McKinney


US Chamber of Commerce

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