Small Business Resources

WWBIC is open – virtually to all in our community.   

WWBIC is working with federal, state and local partners to support our many WWBIC borrowers and entrepreneurs and businesses in need of loan capital now. See below for a list of available resources. Check back often for updates as this situation continues.

WWBIC Resources

COVID-19 Loan Program

The WWBIC COVID-19 Loan Program is focused on existing businesses looking for business financing during COVID-19. Business owners have two options to pick from depending on their needs: a line of credit or a term loan. Click here to learn more.


WWBIC Classes

WWBIC classes have been moved to online and on-demand. View our updated calendar here.


Business Financing

For more information on WWBIC Lending options and eligibility, click here.


Kiva Wisconsin

Microlending through Kiva Wisconsin

 Kiva is now offering $15,000 loans statewide:


National & Statewide Partner Resources

U.S. Small Business Administration

US SBA COVID-19 Resources

SBA Webinars

This week, the Small Business Administration (SBA) will be offering webinars every day to help Wisconsin businesses prepare and apply for Economic Injury Disaster Loans.

These webinars will be offered every day through Friday, April 10 at 2pm CDT.

District Office Websites

Newsletter Sign-Up

Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

National COVID-19 Updates

Local Partner Resources

Brew City Match

Brew City Match COVID-19 Resources

WWBIC is proud to be a partner on Brew City Match. As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, Brew City Match is taking action to ensure that we continue to support the people and places where we work. Our goal is to mitigate economic impact in our communities. We have developed two tools to ease the financial burden for small business owners:

  • The Brew City Match COVID-19 Small Business Grant that provides up to $1,200 to assist small businesses with rent and payroll support.
  • The Brew City Match COVID-19 Small Business Emergency Loan Fund that provides zero interest loans to small businesses to assist with rent, payroll, and additional

For more information visit:

Madison Region Economic Partnership

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