Covid 19: Small Business Development Centers CARES Act

Grants and Contracts Details


The KSBDC's project activities will generate results for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 by providing business coaching (counseling), education, and training to small businesses on: a. Accessing and applying for financial resources, to include Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) and all types of SBA and non-SBA loan programs so small businesses can effectively access capital and promote business sustainability, growth and resilience. b. How small businesses can protect their workplaces, employees and customers against potential health and safety threats, including the prevention of the transmission of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases. c. Understanding and preparing for the potential effects of sudden natural or manmade disasters on small business supply chains, operations, finances, payrolls, distribution and sale of products. d. How to develop robust web integration, online sales and marketing, cybersecurity for small businesses, online distribution and delivery services for small businesses. e. How small businesses can develop and execute Continuity of Operations through planning, telework and remote management and customer service practices to sustain business activities during periods of interrupted business service. f. How to protect small business intellectual property. g. The risks and mitigation of cyber threats in online commerce, remote customer service or telework practices by providing small businesses and entrepreneurs with a series of online and in-person cyber-security awareness training cohorts. h. How to mitigate the effects of reduced travel or outside activities on small businesses
Effective start/end date4/1/209/30/22


  • Small Business Administration: $2,471,647.00


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