Wisconsin Governor: $46 Million to Small Businesses

Wisconsin Governor: $46 Million to Small Businesses

Estimated 9,300 small businesses to receive $5,000 grants through ‘We’re All In’ program

MADISON, WI (STL.News) Gov. Tony Evers, together with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and the Department of Revenue (DOR), today announced more than $46 million to support an estimated 9,300 small businesses across Wisconsin which will receive a $5,000 grant through the successful ‘We’re All In’ grant program. Today’s announcement comes as the WEDC also announced a new report, ‘Wisconsin Tomorrow: Building an Economy for All,’ outlining the state’s post-pandemic economic recovery and calling for investments in the economic well-being of all Wisconsinites, including small business support.

“Our small businesses have had to innovate to stay afloat this past year and that’s why it’s critically important we make sure they have the resources to recover and bounce back from this pandemic,” Gov. Evers said.  “The ‘We’re All In’ program has been a great way to help support our small businesses and their workers, and we’re going to keep doing more for our businesses and industries, our communities, and folks across our state in the months ahead.”

The more than $46 million in new grants are funded through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. 

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