WEupdates – PPP Extended Until May 31!


 Overview

  • PPP Extended Until May 31, 2021
  • #MIWomen: Find Your Differentiator
  • MEDC Toolbox Training Webinar Series
  • City of Design Challenge – Applications Open


​Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP) Extended through May 31, 2021

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Extension Act of 2021 is extending the PPP an additional two months. It also includes a provision allowing an additional 30-day period after the May 31, 2021 deadline for the SBA to process applications that are still pending.

Direct your PPP questions as follows:


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Find Your Differentiator | Gain Competitive Advantage with Your Pink Umbrella!

Sherry Cummins

Michigan Women’s Marketplace & WBE Services Coordinator

What is the ‘pink umbrella?’ Do you have one? If you don’t, how can you get one? Could you use a little help identifying the key element in your business that captures potential clients’ attention?
 

Join Sherry Cummins and learn how differentiator contrasts with core competencies and past performance. Discover your company’s differentiator, use it to be pitch-perfect, and build a stronger capability statement! Learn how to gain a competitive advantage with a unique ‘pink umbrella!’

No Cost to Attend | A Virtual Presentation | #MIWomen

This is a past event. You can watch the recording when you register on MIWomen.com

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FF&E Bid Package for Wayne County Criminal Justice System

MEDC Toolbox Training Webinar Series

The MEDC has added a new topic to their webinar series, Redevelopment Ready Communities, presented by Michelle Parkkonen. 

Register here: https://medc.cventevents.com/ToolboxTrainings

Additional Topics Include

April 21: Business Development Project Evaluations, Factors, and Pathway Jobs

April 22: Regional Talent Innovation Grant Program

May 05: Redevelopment Ready Communities (RRC)

For the Pure Michigan Business Connect Opportunities, your business has to be in Michigan. 


In partnership with Connect313 and College for Creative Studies, Design Core’s City of Design Challenge invites participants to develop community tech hubs to improve Detroit neighborhoods’ access and opportunity.

The digital divide prevents many Detroiters from participating in an increasingly digital world, and the situation has only gotten worse as COVID-19 has forced schools, libraries, and many other city services online. 

This challenge invites teams to develop concepts to deliver public services in a more flexible, innovative, and resident-centered way. Successful concepts will improve the residents’ experiences and offer greater access to public services in community spaces.

Application Open: April 1 – May 16


WBE Exclusive Offerings

WBE Toolkit – ‘I’ve been certified, but can I do more!?’
April 13 (9 AM) | Register to Attend

Watch the Toolkit Training on-demand here

WBE Onboarding – ‘I’m newly certified, but now what!?’
April 9 (11 AM) | Register Here

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