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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

CBIA affiliate @CONNSTEP among the private and public sector organizations that collaborated with @CTDECD to land a critical #manufacturing grant. #MadeinCT #RebuildCT newhavenbiz.com/article/ct-man…

9 hours ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

"We’re a 106-year-old company," says Bead Industries CEO Jill Mayer. "We’ve been through recessions, depressions, World War I and II. It would have been real unfortunate to have gone through all of that just to crumble during a pandemic." #RebuildCT bit.ly/2G3n8wx

9 hours ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

CBIA's Chris DiPentima says as the first round of #PPP funds run dry, #smallbiz are looking at making some tough decisions to stay afloat. "Congress has been deadlocked for what seems like an eternity. It's critical that we overcome that." wnpr.org/post/listen-ne…

15 hours ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

.@GovNedLamont announces limited phase three reopening, including: ➡️ Increase indoor capacity to 75% for restaurants, personal services, hair salons, barbers, libraries ➡️ Outdoor venue limit increased to 50% ➡️ Indoor venues allowed to open at 50% capacity + masks, distancing pic.twitter.com/01YC6B5wuM

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