15may12:00 pm1:00 pmRESOURCES FOR OUR COMMUNITIES (webinar)Recovering from the Impact of COVIDRegion:All Virginia Regions,Hampton Roads - Eastern ShoreEvent Type:Business Development and Outreach Services
Supporting Our Communities through Main Street Program Our upcoming webinars on May 15 and 19 will examine possible shifts in how we live and work as we recover from
Supporting Our Communities through Main Street Program
Our upcoming webinars on May 15 and 19 will examine possible shifts in how we live and work as we recover from the impact of COVID19. The pandemic recovery may represent our greatest challenge yet, and Main Street programs should be positioned as and invested in research and economic development engines for communities.
These sessions will offer recommendations for rethinking the Main Street Four Point Approach in the wake of COVID-19. Inherent in this response is the realization that growth and recovery necessitate creativity, experimentation, and entrepreneurial thinking. Main Street programs will be needed at the forefront of this transition to help our communities bounce back as the same great places to shop, socialize, work, recreate, and live.
Rebecca Rowe, Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development
Matthew Wagner, PhD, National Main Street Center
Government Partner Updates
Hosted by: Sandy Ratliff, Virginia Community Capital
Advanced registration is required. Register below and your session link will be emailed to you. We hope to see you online!
These COVID-19 webinars are a partnership between Virginia Community Capital, the Virginia Small Business Development Center Network (SBDC)
the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).
These weekly Zoom webinars give participants an opportunity to get updates from leaders on new resources; receive management, finance and marketing tips; and ask questions about COVID-19 support for business owners, nonprofits, foundations, and other community partners. The program runs through May.
(Friday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Eastern