Hennessy Offers $3 Million Funding For Recovery Of Small Business

Hennessy has announced that the company has offered 3 Million USD financial assistance to small businesses for recovery from the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. The company has further announced that the company will donate financial assistance to support the small business entrepreneurs to safeguard their business continuity after the financial crisis of Covid-19 pandemic.

The company has also shortlisted the three national organizations to provide immediate financial assistance. The name of these three national organizations are Hispanic Federation, Asian American Business Development Center and One Hundred Black Men.

Chief Executive Officer of Hennessy, Laurent Boillot said, “Hennessy has always valued the spirit of resilience and this is what these small businesses represent. We do not want these pillars of community to succumb to the current global pandemic and are offering our support to help them continue pushing forward.”

Senior Vice President of Hennessy, Giles Woodyer said, “Built for community by community, Unfinished Business is an extension of our legacy supporting multicultural consumers and underscores our ‘Never stop. Never settle.’ Ethos.”

“We want to do all that we can to help the small businesses survive the current crisis and pledge resources for the long term; as long as they have unfinished business to settle, so do we,” Woodyer further added.

President of One Hundred Black Men of New York and Founding Chapter, Michael Garner said, “COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on the nation’s small business community, and in many cases Unfinished Business will provide much needed support and assistance. The Founding Chapter of One Hundred Black Men applauds Hennessy for recognizing that small businesses are the soul of America.”

President of Hispanic Federation, Frankie Miranda said, “Small businesses represent the economic hope and promise of Latino neighborhoods. We are proud and grateful to join Hennessy in this groundbreaking effort to bring much-needed financial relief to businesses that are essential to restoring the economic well-being of our community.”

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