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Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce

Posted October 14, 2020
  • Connected business to disaster resources such as the Economic Injury Disaster Loan, Greater Green Bay Back to Business Grant, We’re All in Business Grant and PPE resources
  • Created the Back to Business Grant to help small- and medium-size companies significantly affected by COVID-19, leveraged $276,500 from private companies and funded 39 small businesses, averaging $7,000 per business
  • Launched the Greater Green Bay Small Business Hotline with several partner organizations to provide expert responses to small businesses’ questions related to accounting, finances, marketing and other topics in the COVID-19 environment
  • Developed messaging and resources around Green Bay Made: We Still Mean Business which provided website resources
  • Launched a Back to Business survey to gauge insights into how COVID-19 has impacted their business
  • Created the Chamber@Home series of virtual seminars on topics ranging from change management, to legislative updates, loan and grant opportunities and well-being
  • Created industry- and audience-specific roundtables to provide opportunities for sharing of best practices and operational ideas to sustain businesses
  • Hosted online Power of Networking events to provide meaningful connection opportunities
  • Provided a COVID-19/We Still Mean Business-focused web resource
  • Established a free job resource for both displaced workers and businesses seeking employees
  • Provided timely communications including showcasing industry leaders in a weekly We Still Mean Business video

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