Small Business Resources

This page is designed to be a convener of area resources and information, which our member businesses can use to grow and promote themselves. The resources on the page are geared toward small businesses. 

If you have resources or materials that you would like to share with other members please contact Renae Schlies, director of membership and retention, at rschlies@greatergbc.org. Through collaboration, we can better gain access to area resources to ensure a vibrant business climate for the Chamber's members.

Member Provided Resources:

Workplace Wellness Grant Program from Wisconsin Department of Health Service
  • The Workplace Wellness Grant Program appropriates $3 million per year for funds to reimburse workplaces that have employee wellness programs. Although the title of the program is listed as grants, the funds are actually used to reimburse workplaces that have already incurred expenses for their workplace wellness programs. Therefore, the program requires that workplaces complete an application showing categorical expenses from a previous 12-month period. Only small businesses (50 or fewer employees) are eligible for the grant. No grants may be awarded after December 31, 2018.
Stock Photos and Videos of the Greater Green Bay Area from A Greater Green Bay
  • Nonprofit developed by volunteers to promote the region and support local recruiting efforts
  • All photos on the business resources page will be free for any business to use.
  • Several videos area available that promote our community through the lens of visitors, business, education and employment.
  • Brochure templates that can be co-branded with your organization (coming soon)

GENERAL RESOURCES:

We want to give our members as many resources about the area as possible. Useful facts about the area; connect viewers to other outside small business resources such as Advance Business & Manufacturing Center, SCORE Green Bay, NWTC's Business Resources, the Small Business Administration and the UWGB Small Business Development Center; and provide links to information on the area's communities, their government, livability and business climate/opportunities.