The place for entrepreneurs starting or growing businesses in Erie County’s urban markets

The Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority strongly believes Erie County’s inner-city is a regional force in the economy and recognizes that there is unrealized potential of inner-city markets and entrepreneurs.

To grow Erie County’s inner-city with strategic investments, ECGRA is investing in the following institutions, each capable of recognizing and capitalizing on inherent competitive advantages in the inner-city market. Contact them directly for details about their lending practices.

Bridgeway Capital

The Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority strongly believes Erie County’s inner-city is a regional force in the economy and recognizes that there is unrealized potential of inner-city markets and entrepreneurs.

To grow Erie County’s inner-city with strategic investments, ECGRA is investing in the following institutions, each capable of recognizing and capitalizing on inherent competitive advantages in the inner-city market. Contact them directly for details about their lending practices. 

 
UECDC

To build an inner-city small business support system, ECGRA invested $50,000 in the Urban Erie Community Development Corporation.  in 2014. These funds are at work behind the scenes impacting the city of Erie’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.