PROGRAMS & RESOURCES

PROGRAMS & RESOURCES

RELIEF AND RECOVERY RESOURCES FOR YOUR BUSINESS

We’re committed to simplifying your search for the operational support and financial assistance your business may need right now. Below you’ll find programs and resources including WEDC financial assistance for Wisconsin companies, SBA disaster assistance, federal relief initiatives and more. Visit our COVID-19 Business Resources page for more in-depth information specific to the relief and recovery efforts of the current crisis. Programs are continually being added, so make sure to subscribe to Focus Forward updates to stay in-the-know.

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The WEDC team makes every effort to ensure our website’s content is always up to date. However, out-of-date references may occur as guidelines change, and WEDC reserves the right to alter this and other webpages on an ongoing basis. To ensure you are referencing the most up-to-date program guidelines, please contact your account manager.

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