COVID-19 BUSINESS INSIGHTS AND RELIEF INFORMATION
The COVID-19 pandemic poses unprecedented challenges to all types of Wisconsin businesses whose operations are impacted by disruptions to their supply chains, withering demand for their products and worker unavailability resulting from sustained social distancing.
This page is designed to provide the latest, best information to our clients and the citizens of Wisconsin on resources aimed at maintaining the vitality of the companies upon which our economy depends. As the volume of inquiries through our phone lines and website prevents us from responding individually to people as we would like, we invite you to visit this page regularly. We plan to update this directory as new information and resources become available.
Included on this page are resources available to Wisconsin businesses from WEDC and other local, state and federal agencies.
Small business owners are encouraged to work with their lenders to address the financial challenges they are facing as a result of COVID-19.
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The video includes details on a new grant program for small businesses, as well as guidelines for businesses to safely reopen and other resources to help businesses with the impact of COVID-19. Read More
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Stay in-the-know about important Wisconsin business and economic news, community announcements and new programs and resources available for your business.
The application process for We’re All In Small Business Grants will open on June 15. Read More
When COVID-19 hit, SMARTcare Software was ready to support the home health care sector with a suite of tools designed to keep caregivers and patients healthy. Read More
In this week’s video, WEDC Secretary and CEO Missy Hughes shares more about the guidelines for businesses in various sectors to reopen safely and protect the health of their workers and customers. Read More