Boulder SBDC is available to answer your questions and concerns about the impacts of COVID-19 and the resources that may be able to help – including SBA low-interest loans and others. In an effort to help reduce the rate of COVID-19 transmission and in order to protect you and our staff and partners, Boulder SBDC will be working remotely. We will email or call to respond to your Request for Assistance; we will conduct phone and online consulting meetings – by appointment as always; we will hold workshops and special programming online. More information to come.
Stay posted and be well!
- Sharon, Suzi, Rachel & Jamie
Resources for Colorado Small Businesses
3-Part Online Series: "Keeping Your Business Together in a Crisis"
April 8: Adapting Your Business
As an entrepreneur you plan for many scenarios, but when disaster happens, new challenges require alternative solutions to keep your business together. As part of the economic ecosystem for Colorado we are here – along with our partners and community leaders – to help you get through the hurdles you encounter as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
This online series is provided at no-cost to help you establish your resilience as a business owner and to introduce adaptive and creative ideas to help you prepare for the problems all businesses experience. During these 90-minute sessions, you will hear from subject matter experts that will provide resources, ideas and tools you can proactively leverage to strengthen your business and weather the storm.
Boulder County-Specific Information
March 28, 2020
Suzi gives us the latest updates about the federal stimulus package (CARES Act) and how this bill will affect businesses with less than 500 employees, 501(c)3s, independent contractors and sole proprietors.
March 21, 2020
Need ideas on what you can be doing to prepare your business during the Covid-19 outbreak? Thanks to Suzi Bahnsen, our assistant director, you can watch this short video with 5 tips on things you can do this weekend.