The Cape Cod Commission will host its first round of industry-specific webinars in its COVID-19 Recovery and Resiliency Workshop Series, an initiative designed to assist Cape Cod business owners in navigating the economic impacts of the pandemic.

Business owners will learn about recovery-related topics and will have an opportunity to provide feedback on key challenges they are facing, which will help to develop economic resilience toolkits for the community. The first round of industry-specific virtual workshops will introduce the Commission's broader business recovery and resiliency efforts and provide real examples of business resiliency and continuity to help local businesses identify effective pandemic-responsive strategies including digital marketing, e-commerce and collaboration/networking practices. Scheduled business reliance workshops, all but one beginning at 3 PM, are March 1, food service and restaurants; March 2, accommodations businesses; March 3 at 6 PM: retail and product-based businesses; March 4, arts, culture and recreation; and March 8, service-based businesses

These industry-specific workshops will build on the first installment in the series held on February 18 that focused on the current round of the Paycheck Protection Program and other pandemic-relief funding opportunities. This workshop series is funded by an Economic Development Assistance CARES Act grant. 

Cape Cod business owners are invited to attend this free workshop series, but space is limited, and registration is required. Business owners unable to attend their own industry's workshop are encouraged to participate in a different workshop that fits their schedule. For more information and to register, visit www.cccom.link/business-recovery.

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