COVID-19 Economic Round Up for the week of April 20

ICYMI - To help our investors keep track, we’ve compiled some of the top COVID-19 business and Economic Response Task Force news of the past week.

"Utah's unified, direct and robust response to the crisis serves as a role model to other states during this challenging times." Business Facilities magazine highlights our state's approach to COVID-19.

News from a recent EDCUtah project - Because of Facebook’s Eagle Mountain presence, Utah County small businesses qualify for the Facebook Small Business Grants program, with the application process now open through May 6. Apply here.

To help Utah businesses identify available recovery resources, the Utah Economic Response Task Force has created a tool that shows the best federal, state, and local resources for your business. Put together by the World Trade Center Utah, it's a nifty decision tree that can save time. More here.

Kane County is going back in time to move forward in recovery! Drive-in movies are back!

The Salt Lake Chamber, University of Utah Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational & Environmental Health and WCF Insurance recently hosted a webinar to help businesses create a safe and health work environment plan. Watch it here.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce launched the Save Small Business grant fund nationally on April 20, offering $5,000 amounts for businesses with three to 20 employees. Within 30 minutes, the site received 15,000 applications and ceased accepting any more.

 

 

 

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