Women Owned Businesses and COVID 19


The following is from the Resources for Women-Owned Businesses to Overcome Covid-19 Economic Challenges and Engage Globally webinar, part of the WTC Utah Webinar Series which features local, national and international business experts – from their living room to yours.

WTC Utah is leaning all the way in to support our businesses in their time of need. We’ve recalibrated our programs and services to plug in and support Utah businesses through our free consultations, market research, B2B trade and investment matchmaking, grant programs and company trainings. What we’ve found is that as valuable as these services are for companies when the economy is strong, they are even more valuable and needed when companies are facing unprecedented challenges on all fronts.

Reach out to WTC Utah with any questions at info@wtcutah.com.

Catch up on previous webinars on their Youtube channel.

Resources mentioned during this webinar:

Utah Women and Leadership Project
Susan Clancy – MADSENSU@uvu.edu

Women’s Business Center of Utah
Clancy Stone – clancy@wbcutah.com

World Trade Center Utah
Nicole Sherwood – nsherwood@wtcutah.com

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