VIDEO: Webinar For Wilmington Businesses On How Local, State & Federal Government Can Help During COVID-19

WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington-Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce and Tewksbury Public Library recently organized a webinar — “How Local, State & Federal Government Can Help Your Small Business During COVID-19″ — for local businesses.

The webinar provided business owners an opportunity to get many of their questions answered as it relates to re-starting their business during COVID-19. Officials from the state, local and federal government provided updates on a variety of issues, including the CARES Act, PPP Forgiveness Guidance, and the Governor’s recently released “Reopening Massachusetts” Plan.

Speakers included:

  • Nancy Vallee, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce
  • Wilmington Economic Development Committee Chairman Mike Champoux
  • Tewksbury Economic Development Committee Chairman Mark Kratman
  • State Representative David Robertson (19th Middlesex, Wilmington & Tewksbury)
  • Kevin Kuros, Regional Director at the Massachusetts Office of Business Development
  • Edwidge LaFleur, Director (Eastern Mass.) of the Center for Women & Enterprise
  •  Lisa Welch, Economic Development Specialist with the Small Business Administration

Watch the webinar, courtesy of Tewksbury Telemedia, below:

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