RCP, gener8tor Announce Emergency Response Program for Artists, Musicians

RCP Companies, developer of MidCity District, and gener8tor have launched an initiative supporting Huntsville artists, musicians and others affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Under the Huntsville Emergency Response Program, artists, musicians and others in creative crafts will have access to a free, week-long webinar series designed to identify and leverage critical resources in order to weather this ongoing public health crisis.

As a part of the program, participants will be provided with daily webinars featuring experts in the following areas:

  • ​Employment law experts to help navigate unemployment applications and benefits;
  • CARES Act guidance and resources;
  • How to take your business online;
  • Navigating and utilizing TikTok;
  • Mental health and wellness resources for small business owners; and
  • A listening session with a national industry professional.

In addition to webinars, gener8tor will host dedicated, daily one-on-one consultations for small businesses to meet digitally with business advisors. The gener8tor team will be working one-on-one with companies to address the various issues small businesses are facing during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Gener8tor will also work with community groups interested in providing pro bono resources to small businesses.

To register, visit  www.gener8tor.com/emergency-response-program/Huntsville. The deadline is Monday, May 4 at 10:59 a.m. CST.

The program runs from May 4-8 and all Huntsville-based businesses artists, musicians and creatives are welcome to apply.

“Understanding the myriad of resources available to our creative community is paramount to enabling our artists and musicians to continue working,” said Max Grelier, cofounder of RCP. “Having a step-by-step, tailored seminar allows the policy experts to provide guidance. We are incredibly appreciative of our friends at gener8tor and hope that our creative community can continue to create while utilizing this excellent resource.”

Joe Kigues, gener8tor cofounder, said, “We have seen firsthand the impact that entrepreneurs have on a community, and we hope to call on our network of mentors, investors and partners to support small business owners through this new Emergency Response Program.”