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In the News | August 10, 2020

Small businesses need more — and better — relief to survive COVID

We’re living through the cruelest summer for small businesses in recent memory. Despite federal legislation aimed at keeping them afloat during the pandemic, many are drowning. To survive the uncertain months ahead, small businesses need more support from policymakers, and they need it now.

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In the News | May 8, 2020

Building on a legacy of lifting up small businesses

As the world copes with the economic impact of COVID-19, Wells Fargo continues to invest in community organizations that offer U.S. small businesses access to capital and financial education.

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In the News | May 6, 2020

Women & Business in the Era of Covid-19 | #BWTownHall Live

Women-owned small businesses are among those facing even more challenges during this crisis. As reports and data show, the uneven - and somewhat disorganized - disbursement of federal relief funds have more adversely affected these businesses. That is one factor that could slow down or even reverse the rise in recent years in the number of women-owned businesses -- in 2019, they made up 42% of all businesses, according to American Express. Our Bloomberg Businessweek Town Hall brings together a panel of successful women small business owners and advocates, to talk about their own experiences and offer solutions about how to survive.

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