In separate announcements this week, the Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) and the Economic Development Administration (EDA) revealed funding opportunities that can assist efforts to transform American innovations and support the growth of new companies.
Those with relatively limited financial resources are most at risk, but none are immune to the pandemic’s effects. Understanding which small businesses in the US are most threatened can help the rest of us respond to the crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed economies into a Great Lockdown, which helped contain the virus and save lives, but also triggered the worst recession since the Great Depression. Over 75 percent of countries are now reopening at the same time as the pandemic is intensifying in many emerging market and developing economies. Several countries have started to recover. However, in the absence of a medical solution, the strength of the recovery is highly uncertain and the impact on sectors and countries uneven.
Check out this week’s listing of online webinars and live events sponsored by the SBA. Participate and learn about resources and best practices to support your small business survive the COVID-19 crisis.
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