The COVID-19 pandemic has brought us into unprecedented times, and State and federal leaders have had to react for the health of our people and economy. This webinar provides a quick overview of some of the state responses, resources, and other impacts affecting small businesses.
You’ll also learn about:
- The Small Business Liaison's team response to COVID-19. Important messages from representatives of different State departments.
- Getting unstuck - where to get further information and assistance to help you weather through this challenging period.
- Small business recovery conversations.
The webinar includes brief presentation from six state department partners. The webinar moderator uses this engagement format:
- Each presenter speaks sharing their Power Point slides.
- After each presenter the moderator will take several questions from chat room.
- After all presenters, we transition to the dedicated Q & A "open-mic." Participants direct their question to the presenters, either using their computer microphones or in the chat.
Agenda preview subject to change:
- Governor's Office of Regulatory Innovation and Assistance/ Small Business Liaison Team/Commerce, SBDC, SCORE, SBA Seattle - bottom-up economic recovery...
- Department of Health - food safety, re-opening guidance...
- Labor and Industries - requirements, guidance, employer assistance program -delayed payment and resources...
- Department of Revenue - workload impacts, tax return extended due dates, new tax guidance, programs and resources...
- Department of Enterprise Services - contracting and purchasing with the State...
- Employment Security Department - unemployment insurance fraud, paid family and medical leave, federal CARES Act, emergency rules...
- Open-mic - dedicated time for more questions from participants.
NOTE: this webinar is presented by the State of Washington however, it should include valuable information for all small business owners.
To register for this webinar, click HERE.
We hope you enjoy! This event is not hosted by Las Vegas-Clark County Library District and therefore may be updated, changed, or canceled with little or no notice.