COVID-19 SUPPORT PROGRAM

Resources Available Until April 30th, 2021

The WWBC’s COVID-19 Support Program is currently offering training and counseling to women-owned small businesses on social media and bookkeeping. Please refer to our Social Media and QuickBooks® Advising projects below for more information. To receive free services from WWBC, please complete our simple application. We look forward to working with you!

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Business-2-Business (B2B)

B2B Digital Design Services was the flagship project of the COVID-19 Support Program. It provided funding for clients to receive professional services to enhance their existing online presence or build new eCommerce websites. Our business counselors are still available to provide guidance and basic training for small-businesses looking to improve their online presence.

Social Media Advising

With the support of one-on-one counseling, clients can develop their online marketing skills and receive training to design, develop, and launch social media campaigns. This assistance focuses on attracting customers and generating revenue online using the most current marketing strategies. Social media counseling is a free resource to WWBC clients when they sign up for our COVID-19 Support Program.

QuickBooks® Advising

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 provides WWBC clients with access to QuickBooks® online software for one-year to qualifying clients and free one-on-one counseling to help women-owned businesses master the software and learn bookkeeping best practices.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

COVID-19 Support Program

If my business is not woman-owned, will I qualify to participate in these programs?


Yes. WWBC does not discriminate.




Does my business need to be women-owned certified to participate in these programs?


No. WWBC does not discriminate and we do not require any certifications to receive program support and training.




Can my business participate in these programs if I operate my business outside Wyoming?


No. All businesses participating must be registered to operate in the state of Wyoming.




If I own two businesses, can I receive help for both?


If you own two businesses (i.e. you have two EIN numbers), you will need to fill out two SBA 641 forms (make sure to put the business names). This enables you to receive support for each business.




If I have applied for EIDL or the PPP loan, will I have to report this? Will these resources have an effect on getting approved for an SBA loan?


No. WWBC services are funded by a SBA grant. The grant funding awarded to WWBC is not connected to the EIDL or PPP loans or programs and there is no reporting required from WWBC clients.





Contact Veronica Donahue for any questions or more information at veronica.wwbc@gmail.com.

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.

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