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Fremont Chamber shares list of resources in this time of Coronavirus

Thanks to the Fremont Chamber of Commerce for this list of resources.

Nine resources for you
and your business
in these
extraordinary times.

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    Public HealthSeattle & King County   “This a critical moment in the growing outbreak of COVID-19 in King County. Public Health — Seattle & King County is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to protect the public’s health.” To learn more about King County’s response to COVID-19 click here.   Subscribe to receive significant updates from King County here.     U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Assistance in Response to the Coronavirus   “The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Upon a request received from a state’s or territory’s Governor, SBA will issue under its own authority, as provided by the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act that was recently signed by the President, an Economic Injury Disaster Loan declaration.”   LEARN MORE   For additional information, please contact the SBA disaster assistance customer service center. Call 1-800-659-2955 (TTY: 1-800-877-8339) or e-mail disastercustomerservice@sba.gov.     Business Resiliency Toolkit   The Washington Small Business Development Center (WSBDC) Business Resiliency Toolkit is to be used in conjunction with the Washington SBDC Small Business Resiliency Guide.   Business Resiliency Guide Final.pdf Business Resiliency Plan(BRP).docx Emergency Procedures.docx LEARN MORE
  The Washington SBDC is offering business resiliency webinars daily March 16-20, 2020. View press release and links to webinars targeting your area here: SBDC Biz Buzz Small Business Resiliency Webinars     Mayor Durkan’s Initial Recovery Package to Ease Financial Impacts of COVID-19 Outbreak   Following robust outreach to small business owners and community stakeholders, Mayor Jenny A. Durkan announced new initial actions to provide immediate relief for small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Her actions build off Governor Inslee’s announcement to help individuals whose employment has been impacted by COVID-19. The initial support package is broken down into five components:   Deferral of B&O Taxes, effective immediately Expansion of Small Business Stabilization Fund Assistance to Access SBA Loans, once it becomes available Relief for Utility Payments New Small Business Recovery Task Force   LEARN MORE     City’s Small Business Stabilization Fund 2020 Emergency Fund for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19   To mitigate barriers to capital for Seattle’s most vulnerable businesses, the City of Seattle will commit approximately $1.5 million in one-time Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to the Small Business Stabilization Fund, an emergency fund that provides working capital grants in amounts up to $10,000 to qualifying small businesses. The following is the investment criteria for financial support:   LEARN MORE     Small Business COVID-19 impacts weekly webinar     The City of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development is committed to responding to and supporting our small businesses to mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19. As this is a rapidly developing issue, we will be holding weekly calls to share new developments, hear about the impacts you are experiencing, and answer your questions. Please join us every Wednesday. A recording and notes from this webinar will be posted to our Bottom Line blog https://bottomline.seattle.gov/   The next webinar is Wednesday, March 18th from 1 p.m – 2 p.m. PTD.   A recording of the webinar will automatically be sent to those who registered. OED will post notes from the webinar (including Q&A and resources) and a link to the recording on our Bottom Line blog (https://bottomline.seattle.gov/). Please note it may take a few business days to post.   REGISTER     Washington State COVID-19 resource list for impacted businesses and workers   The Governor’s Office has compiled this partial list of resources to support economic retention and recovery related to COVID-19 coronavirus. Topics:   Financial assistance Export assistance Employer and worker assistance Insurance assistance   For latest information, resources, and guidance related to COVID-19, please visit the Washington State Department of Health website.   RESOURCES     Employment Security Department for workers and businesses affected by COVID-19   Employment Security has programs designed to help individuals and employers during this unprecedented time.   If you are affected by COVID-19, Employment Security has programs that may be able to help. We adopted a series of emergency rules to relieve the burden of temporary layoffs, isolation and quarantine for workers and businesses. This easy-to-read comparison guide lists some of the most common scenarios that may occur and benefits that may apply.   LEARN MORE     King County Guidance for retail businesses and service operators to protect from the spread of COVID-19   This guidance applies to retail businesses and service operators such as grocery stores; drug stores, movie theaters; restaurants, and other retail establishments.   Public Health – Seattle & King County announced new recommendations to slow the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in addition to earlier guidance. Retail service may continue throughout King County; and it is recommended that the following public health guidance is observed in these settings.   LEARN MORE     The Fremont Chamber’s March meeting has been converted to a Facebook Live event. Tune in Wednesday for: Building a Destination Business and World Class Product: Fremont Women in Spirits!     How can your business become a destination for customers? What are the best strategies to create a unique selling point for your business and its products? What tactics can help add value to your business and increase sales?   Those questions and more will be addressed during our March Facebook Live event with the women leaders of three fabulous Fremont businesses: Fremont Brewing, Hale’s Ales, Fremont Mischief Distillery.   Tune in Wednesday, March 18th from 8:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. via Facebook Live!   Guest Panelists: Sara Nelson, Co-founder of Fremont Brewing Heather McClung, Director of Operations at Hale’s Ales Patti Bishop, Owner of Fremont Mischief Moderator: Eva Otto – Owner of Infiniti Real Estate & Development     Join Our State of Mind!   Become part of a fun business network of almost 250 members strengthening the business climate and improving the quality of life in the Fremont community!   Check out the member benefits here. JOIN THE CHAMBER         Fremont Chamber of Commerce | 206.632.1500 | programs@fremont.com | fremont.com   CONNECT WITH US https://fremont.com/chamber-of-commerce/member-benefits/

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