SBA (Small Business Administration)is offering FREE webinars to go over the PPP loan information as well as EIDL loans and grants. Registration Deadline is 1/15/21 at 10 am. Register HERE.
Newest Safe Start information
Peninsula College wants to hear from you, business owners! What are your workforce training needs? Click Here
Behavioral Health Toolbox: Supporting Children and Teens during the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Washington State Department of Health created a toolbox which provides tips on how to navigate some of the emotional responses that families may experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this toolbox is to provide general information about common emotional responses of children, teens, and families during disasters. Families, parents, caregivers, and educators can use this information to help children, teens, and families recover from disasters and grow stronger.
Loans/SBA and others
Free Marketing and E-Commerce Assistance for Small Businesses.
Thanks to a grant from the Economic Development Administration’s CARES Act supplemental funding program, NODC is able to offer free technical assistance to help businesses in Jefferson and Clallam Counties that have experienced reduced sales as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. NODC will help businesses develop or improve online marketing and e-commerce efforts to reach consumers who are doing more online shopping.
Services available include:
- evaluation of your current online marketing strategies and platforms, including social media, business website, e-commerce site, and Google Local listing
- practical, hands-on coaching and training
- assistance in setting up social media accounts and planning content
- development of new websites and/or e-commerce sites
These services are available to existing restaurants and businesses in Clallam and Jefferson Counties through June 30, 2022. For information, contact Susan Shoemaker, Business Assistance Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360) 775-9781.
Washington Small Business Development Center
Phone: (833) 492-7232
The Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a network of more than 30 expert business advisors working in communities across the state to help entrepreneurs or small business owners start, grow or buy/sell a business. SBDC advisors provide one-on-one, confidential, no-cost advising on all phases of small business development and are often co-located with economic development specialists in community colleges, economic development agencies or government agencies.
Nonprofit Employer Assistance
Note: 501 Commons’ technical assistance will start on February 4 but you may start an inquiry on January 25