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Digital Sales Access Program

Small businesses can apply for the Digital Sales Access Program: APPLY HERE.

The Seattle Office of Economic Development and Kay Tita are partnering to remove digital access barriers negatively impacting small businesses through the Digital Sales Access Program. The program will support small businesses using cash only by providing a free point of sale (POS) system as well as connecting businesses with tools and training needed to grow their business with the new technology.

Participating business owners will receive:

  • A Square POS system.
  • A Square stand.
  • An iPad Air.
  • Training and more.

This new POS system will switch business operations from cash-only to accepting debit, credit and other digital forms of payment. As a result, the program will help small business owners grow their businesses through increased e‑commerce capacity, improved digital literacy and greater financial awareness.

For eligibility requirements and updates, please visit Kay Tita’s website.

The Seattle Office of Economic Development is committed to building an equitable and inclusive economy that benefits the whole city by promoting access to economic opportunities for all of Seattle’s diverse communities.

The City of Seattle encourages everyone to participate in its programs and activities. For additional questions, translation or interpretation, technical assistance, disability accommodations, materials in alternate formats or accessibility information, please contact the Office of Economic Development at (206) 684-8090 or oed@seattle.gov.

Economic Development

Markham McIntyre, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 5752, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 94708, Seattle, WA, 98124-4708
Phone: (206) 684-8090
Phone Alt: (206) 684-0379
Fax: (206) 684-0379
oed@seattle.gov

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The mission of the Office of Economic Development (OED) is to help create healthy businesses, thriving neighborhoods, and community organizations to contribute to a robust economy that will benefit all Seattle residents and future generations.