SBA webinars to offer businesses help to get back on track

Isabella Guzman

A webinar series has been scheduled to offer information and resources to entrepreneurs in a six-state region that includes Colorado.

The U.S. Small Business Administration joined with the Public Private Strategies Institute to launch the webinar series, titled “Getting Back on Track: Help is Here.”

The webinar is scheduled for noon July 29 in SBA Region 8, which includes Colorado as well as Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming.

The webinar will feature speakers from the SBA and White House as well as small business leaders and members of Congress.

“The Getting Back on Track: Help is Here webinar series is an important outreach effort to help small businesses recover, rebuild and gain resiliency,” said SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman. “Small businesses are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel as marketplaces and main streets reopen thanks to strong vaccination rates. We are empowering small businesses to reopen fully and safely by connecting them with helpful resources and tools, including the Biden administration’s tax credits that cover paid time off for employees getting vaccinated. We all must double down on our efforts to help our beloved small businesses survive and get our economy back on track.”

Rhett Buttle, a senior advisor with the Public Private Strategies Institute, said the webinars offer regionally focused conversations to help small business owners build back better. “The program will focus on three key areas:  economic recovery and access to capital options, digital tools and resources to allow small business owners to be vaccine leaders with their employees and communities.” 

The new webinar builds on a national series hosted by the SBA and Public Private Strategies Institute highlighting offers to create additional access to the Paycheck Protection Program.

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