Client in the News: Carolina Small Business Development Fund

The Carolina Small Business Development Fund is playing an extremely important role in the Covid-19 crisis for small businesses. The Fund offers affordable financing for small and medium-sized businesses, holistic technical assistance (including disaster recovery), and evidence-based economic development research.

The Triangle Business Journal published “Economic Damage in NC due to COVID-19? Here’s an estimate” on April 7, 2020 highlighting the Fund’s recent research report,  Assessing the Economic Impacts of COVID-19 on North Carolina’s Small Business Community.

The Fund has also compiled a list of COVID-19 related grants and resources for entrepreneurs and small businesses affected by crisis.

Tenant broker Robert Hoyt is proud to be representing the Fund in its Headquarters lease extension so it can continue to serve more North Carolina small businesses in their recovery from the pandemic.

Cape Fear Seafood Company In Talks of Two More Locations in the Triangle

Franchise owners Eddie Elliott and Matt Wivell recently signed a deal to open two new Cape Fear Seafood Company (CFSC) restaurants in the Triangle, according to The News & Observer. The second location is set to be located in Cary later this year.

The laid-back restaurant specializes in providing exceptional food and service with southern hospitality. The company hails from Wilmington, NC where the first CFSC opened in 2008. There are now three tasty locations in that market and one here in Raleigh. For more on CFSC visit their website: