Nashua firm gets $100,000 from city's revolving loan fund
Unique System Skills LLC, which was established in 2008 and operates at 30 Concord St., recently secured $100,000 in funding from the revolving loan fund that will be used to hire two new employees and continue existing payroll.
“The growth Unique System Skills has experienced in the early stage of its start-up is a testament to Santosh’s dedication to his company,” Mayor Donnalee Lozeau said in a statement. “The City of Nashua is happy to provide a means of assistance to further their marketing and business development.”
“For an innovative company like ours, working with the city will put us on the path of sustained growth. This loan will help us grow in numbers and continue to expand our client base,” Salvi said in a statement.
“This did not happen overnight. It has been a long process,” he said. “I started this company after I was laid off from Fidelity (Investments) in 2008. This loan was one of several opportunities I considered, and I am pleased to have it available to me and my company.”
“The Greater Nashua Revolving Loan Fund provides loans — $25,000 to $100,000 — to high technology, manufacturing, information, professional and business service companies with high growth and job creation potential,” says the release.
The newest $100,000 loan to USS has a five-year term.
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