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May 6, 2020

Your Business, 2.0
Reimagine your business in GCDC's free online workshop on May 14
If you own a business in Green County, join us for a free online workshop to reimagine your business as we emerge from COVID. “Your Business, 2.0” will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday, May 14.

You’ll be able to join from your computer. Because this is a very interactive workshop, we ask that you contact us at gcdc@tds.net and let us know you’d like to attend. Then we will send you instructions on how to tune in. All that you need to participate is an interest in exploring new ideas.
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This workshop will be helpful for any sort of business, even nonprofits. It will be especially useful to people who don’t consider themselves particularly visionary. Sometimes it is difficult to see how we can change something we have worked so hard to create. This workshop is going to tap your imagination, shake it up and push it further. We’ll also work in small groups to help each other lift our eyes to see a brighter future.

This live meeting is based on the work developed by Chelsea Hassler who helps corporations develop product and business strategy.
Reserve your spot by emailing gcdc@tds.net

Law Students Offer Pro Bono Help For Community Groups
University of Wisconsin law students are available to provide volunteer, part-time pro bono help to philanthropic, community, and nonprofit organizations over the summer.

Law students’ work will capitalize on their legal research and writing skills and focus on regulatory, policy, and programming projects specific to the organization. Examples include development of policies and procedures, navigating state and federal regulations related to relief funds, assistance with employment practices, etc.
Those interested in having a law student's assistance this summer should fill out this Google Form.

After submitting the Google Form, Megan Zurbriggen, Associate Director in the Office of Career and Professional Development at the UW-Madison Law School, will reach out, and personnel from the Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies will be in touch as well.


Green County Development Corporation is continually compiling links to 
websites with information specifically aimed at helping businesses 
navigate COVID-19's impact. 

Click here for those resources
Upcoming Webinars 
Building Road To Recovery
A Rural Finance webinar series, hosted by the Council of Development Finance Agencies, will continue Wednesday, June 10 with “Building the Road to Recovery.” The webinar will begin at 1 p.m.

The webinar series will conclude with “Access to Capital and Community Facilities” at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 8.

The free series was developed in partnership with the Alliance for Rural Impact to serve rural America. It covers immediate development finance solutions that communities can implement to mitigate COVID-19’s impact, as well as tools and resources being developed to help rebuild.
Prepping For Opening Day
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation is hosting a free webinar on “Prepping for Opening Day.” The webinar is planned for 9 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 13.

The webinar will focus on creating a healthy and positive customer experience when you open your doors again.
COVID-19 CEO Leadership Series
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and the Regional Leadership Council will present the final webinar in their Covid-19 CEO Leadership Series from 11 a.m. to noon on Friday, May 8.

The webinar will feature CEOs from around the state sharing insights on how they are adjusting and adapting their businesses during the pandemic.

Green County Development is a 501c3 non-profit organization building the economic future of Green County Wisconsin's communities and businesses through public-private partnerships.
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