Response and Resource Guides
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses webinar on March 24: Prepare for Disruptions
You will learn how to:
Stay in business: Identify your key business functions, employees, and documents
Protect your investments: Understand how to protect your assets and navigate insurance processes
Be ready for action: Create a business continuity plan for your business
LA Chamber of Commerce: COVID-19 Resource Center
NY TIMES FREE E-BOOK: ANSWERS TO YOUR CORONAVIRUS QUESTIONS
The Times has compiled more than two dozen pieces of journalism in “Answers to Your Coronavirus Questions,” which is available to download for free.
WBENC Resources: COVID-19 page for women-owned business
Facebook Business Resource Hub
Facebook is investing $100 million to help 30,000 small businesses. They are also working on resources to help individuals and small businesses find training and support, available here.
SBA Disaster Assistance Loans
Since Gov. Newsom declared a State of Emergency, these SBA Disaster loans are available to all businesses in the state.
Other SBA Helpful Links:
Small Business Majority Webinar: Funding Updates for California Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19. Learn about funding options to help entrepreneurs and small business owners in California with speakers from the Chamber, Small Business Majority, CA GO-Biz, SBA, Opportunity Fund, Lendistry, iFundWomen and the Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
Press release from the Franchise Tax Board about the delayed deadline for paying and filing state taxes for certain business entities
NAWBO National Resource Center
Hub of Coronavirus-Related Business Resources
You must be logged into your NAWBO account in order to access the Resource Center through the NAWBO Institute platform. If you’ve never logged in before, you will need to create a profile to access the center and will need to use GOOGLE CHROME browser. https://bit.ly/3dmLJZa