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April 8, 2020
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CARES Act: Small Business Loan Options for Fenestration Companies

To assist businesses during the COVID-19 crisis, there are two intriguing Small Business Administration loan programs that are part of the new CARES Act signed into law on March 27, 2020. Read More

Project Continuity Plans in the Era of COVID-19: Best Practices
Experts agree that project continuity should be a focal concern for contractors at this time. There are some tips and best practices for maintaining project continuity, regardless of whether or not a construction project may forge ahead. Read More
Free Online Courses: How to Protect Yourself and Your Workforce Against Coronavirus
NGA is providing two free online courses about how to protect yourself and your workforce against the coronavirus through Read More
VIDEO: Making the Most of Your Time at Home
Andy Vedquam, Picture Perfect Windows & Doors, offers tips on what to do to further your business while working from home. Watch the Video
COVID-19 News
OSHA Issues Guidance on Respiratory Protection
COVID-19 Economic Update: Recent Developments Offer Hope
Map of Essential Construction Mandates
DHS Designates Building Product Manufacturing and Construction as Essential
FeneTech Plans Free Virtual User Conference
FGIA Summer Conference Moves Online
Industry News
ProVia Earns 2020 Energy Star Award
Deceuninck North America Appoints VP of Human Resources
A+W Software Hires Operations Coordinator
The Talk
Take These 5 Actions to Improve Your Financial Position During the Pandemic
By Marco Terry

Business conditions are changing quickly and dramatically due to the coronavirus pandemic. Improving a company’s financial position is key to limit the financial damage to their business. Doing so allows the company to absorb financial shocks while limiting their impact on business.  

There are five actions companies can take to better protect their financial standing now: establish a cash reserve, examine expenses, tighten credit, and manage and adjust inventory. Read More 





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