The Cape Cod Commission is launching a multi-part workshop series designed to help guide Cape Cod business owners towards COVID-19 recovery and resiliency strategies.
Through the series, business owners will learn about recovery-related topics and will have an opportunity to provide feedback on key challenges they are facing, which will help to develop economic resilience toolkits for the community. This workshop series is funded by an Economic Development Assistance CARES Act grant and is designed to help support Cape Cod businesses as they create economic recovery and resiliency plans.
The first workshop in the series, “Navigating Pandemic-Relief Funding Programs,” will address the most frequently asked questions around the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and other funding opportunities for Cape Cod small businesses. The session begins at 3:00 PM on Thursday, Feb. 18. Space is limited and registration is required. All interested Cape Cod business owners are invited to register.
Lessons learned through the series can apply to a wide range of resiliency planning, whether it be for economic downturns, natural disasters, or other unplanned events.
Boston-based consultant Revby will lead the workshops and will work with the Cape Cod Commission to develop the economic resiliency toolkits and further strategies for local economic recovery.
For more information and to register, visit https://cccom.link/pandemic-relief-funding.