Subject: 04.08.2020 New North Newsletter

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Deadline Extended! COVID-19 Wisconsin Business Survey

On behalf of WEDC, DWD, UW Oshkosh Center for Customized Research & Services, and our local partners, we ask you to take this survey by April 10 which will be used to measure the economic loss and to assist in future recovery efforts, as this COVID-19 pandemic plays out across Wisconsin. We thank UW-Oshkosh Center for Customized Research & Services for their survey technology and staff support. The results will be available at the county, region, and state levels. You will note this survey tool is dated and stamped with Observation Period #1. After your survey completion you will get a second survey stamped Observation Period #2 the week of May 3rd directly from UW-Oshkosh Center for Customized Research & Services, in which the questions may be altered slightly. We realize with an overlap of membership, you may get the survey from more than one organization. You only need to complete this survey once per observation period. Duplicates will be screened as part of the intake process. While there are a lot of unknowns during this time it is the intention that there will be a couple more observation period surveys through the tail end of the pandemic. Please don’t hesitate to contact Barb LaMue, barb.lamue@thenewnorth.com should you have any questions.
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Wisconsin has the most enticing cities for small businesses 
Read to see which city in the New North region that was listed the #1 in the Top 5 Best Cities for Small Businesses, and which cities were listed in the top 50! Small businesses employ 47.5% of the nation’s employees and consistently create more jobs annually than larger, private firms. Small businesses drive the U.S economy, but selecting a city to do business can be a challenge. A small business has to consider many factors including state taxes, real estate costs, labor force, population growth, consumer incomes, commercial leasing prices, foot traffic – the list goes on and on. To help budding entrepreneurs weigh their options, we’ve created a list of the best cities for small businesses....
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Downtown Fond du Lac Partnership offers business support program; applications due Friday
Fond du Lac Reporter
The Downtown Fond du Lac Partnership organization has established a COVID-19 Business Support Program in an effort to retain jobs and stabilize local businesses.

Offered in partnership with the city of Fond du Lac, the program is designed to offset the immediate emergency status of imminent business closures while business owners are awaiting larger lending approvals...


Startup success: NEW Launch Alliance to help entrepreneurs get to next stage
Insight On Business 
Entrepreneurs can feel adrift at times — unsure of the next step or where to seek help. The NEW Launch Alliance, created by New North Inc., aims to change that.

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. gave the New North a $30,000 grant from its Entrepreneurship Support Program to get the new initiative off the ground. The NEW Launch Alliance is designed to grow entrepreneurial density, identify and secure capital and other resources, highlight innovative practices within existing companies, and lead the implementation of....
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