How Companies in the San Antonio Region Are Taking Care of Business Amid COVID-19

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Join us for a virtual panel discussion on Thursday, April 2nd to discuss updates on COVID-19 in the San Antonio Region, the effect on businesses and how to take action.



SAMA | Virtual Panel Discussion: How Companies in the San Antonio Region Are Taking Care of Business Amid COVID-19

  • Thursday, April 2nd | 3:00pm to 4:00pm
  • Zoom Meeting information will be emailed to you once you register for the meeting.

Topics of Discussion Include:

  • SBA loan opportunities
  • What qualifies for FLMA reimbursement and how do you get reimbursed
  • PSL and other employers/employee issues
  • Update on what manufacturers are doing regionally
  • CoSA Metro Health – update on COVID-19 in Bexar County/City and what measures the city is taking to contain the virus – SA’s Stay Home, Work Safe order
  • Update on the CARE Act – what it means to small businesses and employees from an Employment Law perspective
  • Tax implications of the CARE Act and how to apply
  • And much more…


  • Welcome
    Rey Chavez, SAMA President/CEO
    Dave Campbell, SAMA Chairman & President/Owner of Heartland Enterprises
  • Introductions of Guest Panelists: Human Resources, Employment Law, Business Tax, and Operations Experts
  • Presentation from each Panelist
  • Open for questions from registered guests


Suggestion: For a more efficient discussion, we ask that you email your questions to SAMA – These questions will be sent to our panel prior to the panel discussion.

Once registered SAMA will follow-up to provide you with the Zoom login information for the Panel Discussion.

Please contact the SAMA office if you have any questions: 210-979-7530 or email Rosie Oritz –

The manufacturing industry is one of the largest sectors of the San Antonio economy.

This fast-growing sector includes aerospace and motor vehicle manufacturing.
San Antonio companies manufacture machinery, computer components, electrical equipment and more.
From furniture to food and beverage manufacturing, this sector is a major employer in the area.
If it can be made from petroleum, plastic, paper, or just about anything else, there’s a local manufacturer that does it.
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