COVID-19 SUPPORT PROGRAM
The WWBC’s COVID-19 Support Program aims to help women-owned small businesses build or enhance their online presence, launch crowdfunding campaigns, and implement accounting software at no cost. To receive free services from WWBC, follow the link below and complete our simple application. We look forward to working with you!
B2B Digital Design Services is the flagship project of the COVID-19 Support Program. It will provide funding for creative and design service businesses to work with WWBC clients on professional photography, videography, graphic design, and website development. WWBC clients will be matched with local or regional small business vendors to create all the necessary elements required to enhance their existing online presence or develop a new e-commerce website.
Marketing Outreach and Crowdfunding
With the support of one-on-one counseling, clients can utilize marketing strategy and crowdfunding best practices from industry experts to raise capital for improvement projects, product launches, and other innovations in the face of COVID-19’s impact. Clients will receive free software access and marketing support to launch campaigns that raise money for their business in coordination with The Local Crowd®, a Wyoming based online crowdfunding platform.
The importance of maintaining accurate financials has intensified for small businesses as they cope with reduced income while trying to secure lines of credit, federal loans, and financial assistance. The Covid-19 Support program will provide WWBC clients with access to QuickBooks® online software for one-year to qualifying clients. WWBC will also provide free one-on-one counseling to help women-owned businesses master the software and learn bookkeeping best practices.
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Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.
Federal agency information and resources for small businesses related to the COVID pandemic can be found at www.covid-sb.org.