Coping with COVID-19 Webinars

Online Webinars for Coping with COVID-19

Please click the images below to view recorded webinars related to COVID-19 small business assistance. To view additional resources and support, visit our COVID-19 resource page

The content provided in the following webinars was as close to accurate as possible at the time they were recorded. We ask all viewers to understand that information presented in the following resources may have changed since the time recorded, due to the dynamics around the Covid-19 situation.


Coping with COVID — 10 minute overview of Forms Needed to Apply for Disaster Assistance

Northern California SBDC Finance Center advisor Sunita Maharaj shares step-by-step guidance on filing an application for the SBA Disaster Relief loan.
APPLICATION LINKS:
SBA-FORM-5C  |  SBA-FORM-5  |  SBA-413  |  SBA-1368  |  SBA-2022  |  SBA-4506-T

Moderated by Scott Rogalski | Topics: SBA Disaster Relief Loan | Date Recorded: March 19 2020


Coping with COVID: Emergency cash flow resources and opportunities

Northern California SBDC Hosts a panel of expert advisors who will offer suggestions and answer your questions on how small businesses can cope with tight cash flow during the Covid-19 emergency. Panelists include expert financial advisors from across the Norcal SBDC network.

Moderated by Ann Johnson-Stromberg | Topics: Cash Flow, Online Sales Strategies, Debt Consolidation, Financial Management, Emergency Working Capital | Date Recorded: March 19 2020


Coping with COVID: Prepping to apply for Emergency SBA Economic Injury Loans

Northern California SBDC Hosts a panel of advisors to answer your questions on how small businesses can prepare and apply for an SBA Economic Injury Loan. Panelists include expert financial advisors from across the Norcal SBDC network as well as a representative from the Small Business Administration.

Moderated by Scott Rogalski | Topics: SBA Loan| Date Recorded: March 19 2020


Restaurants ~ Responding to COVID 19

This webinar is for restaurants, bars and the hospitality industry. Join the SBDC Restaurant Program and the SBA to get more information on loans and resources, the ABC for information on licensing status, transfers and changing restrictions, the Health Department on keeping your opened businesses and employees safe and EDD on resources for managing workforce.

Moderated by Louise Dawson | Topics: Restaurants, Bars, Hospitality, Loans & Resources | Date Recorded: March 20 2020


Coping with COVID: Repairing Your Credit

Repairing your credit is always a good idea, especially if you might need a loan any time soon. This webinar will look at the credit repair process that the SBDC recommends and provide some tips on how you can start on the process yourself today.

Moderated by Joe Rodola  | Topics: Finance, Loans & Resources, Credit, Repairing Credit | Date Recorded: March 31, 2020


Start Selling Online Series During COVID-19: 1

This is the first in a series of 5 webinars to help you start selling online. Session 1: Creating a Sitemap for your Store and Writing Marketing Copy.

Please join us with Veronika Monell, owner and marketing strategist of JumpStartNOW, who will show you the power of eCommerce. Her superpower is strategizing with business owners. She will share her expertise to help you learn how to organize your website content and create powerful copy. The topics covered will include: 

  • Structuring your website
  • Creating a powerful site map 
  • Developing website content 
  • Creating a content strategy

Topics: Online Sales Strategies, Online Commerce, Online Marketing | Date Recorded: April 10, 2020

Watch the full series here!

COVID-19

As concerns continue about coronavirus (COVID-19), we’re here to help you navigate available resources, answer your business questions and be a trusted partner for your business
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