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* [https://www.nav.com/resource/small-business-grants/ Small Business Grants COVID-19 Relief]: Find grants from private organizations and federal agencies for small or women-owned businesses. <code style="color: blue">Financial Services</code>
 
* [https://www.nav.com/resource/small-business-grants/ Small Business Grants COVID-19 Relief]: Find grants from private organizations and federal agencies for small or women-owned businesses. <code style="color: blue">Financial Services</code>
 
* [https://venturize.org/resources/covid-19-resources Venturize]: Find information about small business loans, retirement, and healthcare to empower entrepreneurs to prepare for the impact of COVID-19 on their business and community. <code style="color: blue">Financial Services</code>
 
* [https://venturize.org/resources/covid-19-resources Venturize]: Find information about small business loans, retirement, and healthcare to empower entrepreneurs to prepare for the impact of COVID-19 on their business and community. <code style="color: blue">Financial Services</code>
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* [https://www.uschamberfoundation.org/sites/default/files/media-uploads/Resilience%20in%20a%20Box%20Workbook.pdf Business Resilience 101 Workbook - US Chamber of Commerce Foundation:] Resilience best practices, tools, and training to address preparedness issues while building in the flexibility to handle potential business interruptions.
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* [https://resilientbusiness.org/ Capital Region Business Resiliency Initiative] - This toolkit is designed with the small business in mind, and provides a concise, accessible, action-oriented, easy-to-use guide to creating a resiliency plan for your business.
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* [https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbusinessdevelopmentcouncil/2020/05/07/how-and-why-to-create-a-business-continuity-plan/#270a1d754317 How And Why To Create A Business Continuity Plan - Forbes]: Guidance for entrepreneurs to address marketing, operations, cost, and revenue challenges in creating business continuity plans.
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* [http://www.preparemybusiness.org/index.html Prepare My Business - US SBA] - Provides small business disaster planning and preparedness resources and tools spanning education, planning, testing, and disaster assistance.
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* [https://disastersafety.org/business-protection/ofb-ez/ Prevent Business Disruption With a Business Continuity Plan - Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS)] - IBHS’s OFB-EZ (Open for Business-EZ) free toolkit can help you build a business continuity plan so you can prepare, respond and recover.
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* [https://www.ready.gov Ready - Department of Homeland Security] - Guidance on preparing for various natural disasters or emergencies, [https://www.ready.gov/business business preparedness] resources, and a 4-step approach to creating a [https://www.ready.gov/business-continuity-plan Business Continuity Plan.]
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* [https://www.ilo.org/actemp/publications/WCMS_740375/lang--en/index.htm The six-step COVID-19 business continuity plan - ILO Bureau for Employers’ Activities (ILO-ACT/EMP)] - Establish the risk profile of an enterprise and the level of vulnerability to COVID-19 in terms of its impact on People, Processes, Profits and Partnerships, and develop an effective risk and contingency system for the business.
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Revision as of 12:27, 29 June 2020

Information Resource Toolkit for Business
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COVID-19 Toolkit for Business
Team Members GCTC Cybersecurity and Privacy Advisory Committee (CPAC)
Point of Contact Pamela Gupta, Area Leader - Damien Thwaites
Participating Municipalities
Contributors Wiki Editor - Anna Lainfiesta
Website
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Description

Tools and resources with guidance for businesses during the epidemic.

Audience: Small-medium business owners or professionals, entrepreneurs

Informational

Planning

Financial Assistance

  • Coronavirus Financial Relief Available to Businesses: Federal, state, local, corporate, non-profit and trade association sponsored resources that may be available to assist your business. Financial Services
  • Finance Your Business (USAGov): Find loans backed by the US government and other funding options. Learn about emergency loans and tax relief available to businesses through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Financial Services
  • Hello Alice COVID-19 Business Resource Center: Find information about access to funding, e-learning guides, and mentorship. "COVID-19 Business for All Emergency Grant" is still open for applications from small business owners for up to $10,000. Financial Services
  • Intuit Aid Assist Tool: Free online tool helps to: 1. check your eligibility for federal assistance (PPP, EIDL), 2. calculate your maximum possible loan amount, 3. calculates the loan forgiveness amount.Financial Services
  • Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Covid-19 Response:Find assistance to the small business community with grants and loans.Financial Services
  • Opportunity Fund: Find assistance for Small Business Owners affected by COVID-19. Financial Services
  • SBA CARES Grants: Find temporary CARES SBA relief programs to address the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Small Business Grants COVID-19 Relief: Find grants from private organizations and federal agencies for small or women-owned businesses. Financial Services
  • Venturize: Find information about small business loans, retirement, and healthcare to empower entrepreneurs to prepare for the impact of COVID-19 on their business and community. Financial Services

Business Continuity Planning