WCEC In The News

July 17, 2020

The WCEC’s Fight to Save American Micro-Business

The Women’s Center for Entrepreneurship Corporation, deals primarily with micro business entrepreneurs. These are typically “five and less employees,” and that those “are the ones [they] care most about and target, the ones who suffer the most under the pandemic, the ones who definitely weren’t able to take proper advantage of the PPP.”

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June 30, 2020

The Women’s Center for Entrepreneurship Hires New COVID-19 PR Manager and Program Manager

The WCEC Champions Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace and Supports Women and Minority Owned Businesses Through Training and COVID-19 Funding Assistance

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June 17, 2020

How Business Owners with PPP Loans Should Restructure Their Payroll so They Don’t Have to Give a Single Cent Back to the Government

Businesses now have more time to use the funds and rehire workers, making more recipients eligible for forgiveness.

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June 9, 2020

Your “Black Lives Matter” Instagram Post was a Good Start – Now Here’s Everything Else Entrepreneurs Must do to Support Black Communities

Business leaders can make some adjustments to their hiring, giving, and supply chains to invest in sustainable support of the Black community.

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April 20, 2020

Chatham Rallies Around Small Businesses

There are multiple ways businesses can be saved in Chatham. See How.

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April 17, 2020

Chatham Business Offers Free Webinars on Grants & Funding

Center experts are available to explain each of these loans and grants in greater detail, and address questions from small businesses.

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