Digital Sales Access Program

We aim to leverage our experience and compassion for empowering entrepreneurs to provide quality resources to small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Every participating business owner will receive the resources and skills necessary to integrate the proposed intuitive system successfully.

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Digital Sales Access Program

Kay Tita has partnered with the Seattle Office of Economic Development and Comcast to create the Digital Sales Access Program (DSAP) to support small businesses impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The program aims to address the digital divide and leverage Kay Tita’s passion for empowering entrepreneurs through providing access to quality resources.

BUSINESS OWNERS THE DIGITAL SALES ACCESS PROGRAM WILL SUPPORT

Eligibility Requirements 

Businesses that meet the following criteria

  • Possess an active City of Seattle Business License 
  • Has been operational for at least two years from the date of application  
  • No more than ten employees
  • Must be located in Seattle, WA
  • Is not a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
  • Has a physical location or operates in a marketplace/farmer’s market at least four days per month 

  You must meet at least three of the following additional requirements: 

  • You do not currently have a POS (Point of Sale) system
  • You are not currently utilizing any financial management software
  • You are interested in receiving financial management training 
  • You are interested in receiving marketing and branding training
  • You are interested in getting a new website for your business

To support small businesses that are more likely to have experienced the greatest economic impacts, Kay Tita will ensure that priority is given to businesses from the following underserved communities:

  • Small businesses owned by Black, Indigenous, and people of color. 
  • Woman-owned small business.
  • Small businesses located in a highly distressed census tract with a minimum of 30% poverty or not exceeding 60% median income.

Note: These areas meet the definition of “low-income communities” (LICs) by the federal Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Small Business Administration has prioritized low-income communities for COVID relief financing.

BUSINESS OWNERS WILL RECEIVE

  • A point-of-sale system (A Square stand, iPad Air, and 1-on-1 POS training)
  • An online Quickbooks subscription for financial management 
  • Automated yielding for processes such as: 
  • Inventory management
  • Simplified accounting and reporting
  • Access to future funding

BENEFITS

  • Increased Efficiency, Speed, and Accuracy
  • Expanded payment capabilities
  • Inventory management
  • Simplified accounting and reporting
  • Access to future funding
  • Businesses to receive digital storytelling assets
  • Leverage relevant tools to integrate current and future customer base 
  • Maximize Yelp, Google, and all social media channels to effectively grow your business 
  • Marketing and branding sessions
  • Tools to define unique abilities, create a customer increase plan, customer tracking, and time management. 
  • A reliable team dedicated to supporting selected business owner(s).
  • DSAP Accountability Network

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