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Guidance for Small Businesses on Stay Safe Stay Home

Guidance for Businesses on “Stay Safe, Stay Home”

Governor Lamont wants Connecticut residents to "Stay Safe, Stay Home." On March 23, all non-essential workers statewide were directed to work from home, and non-essential businesses to suspend in-person business activities. Find answers to FAQs here.
SBA News Release Coronavirus Disaster Loan Assistance

SBA Disaster Assistance Loans Available to CT Small Businesses

The SBA has declared Connecticut a disaster area. They provide low-interest loans to help businesses recover from declared disasters. Has your business suffered substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus? Apply for assistance.

Broad Business Closures to Curb COVID-19

On Monday morning, Connecticut Governor ordered bars, restaurants, gyms and movie theaters to close until further notice. Click for a list of the Chamber businesses effected and ways to support them.
Stepping Stones Museum for Children 20 Years

Stepping Stones Museum Celebrates 20 Years

In March, Stepping Stones Museum for Children celebrates 20 years. They invite you to share your favorite Stepping Stones stories and photos to social media using #MySteppingStones, and to join them at two special birthday-themed celebrations.
Haruki Ramen and Izakaya Ribbon Cutting with Mayor Rilling

Haruki Restaurant Now Open at Waypointe

In July 2019, work on Haruki began at the Waypointe development on West Avenue, and now, the wait is over! Haruki celebrated its Grand Opening on February 27th, with a ribbon cutting by Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling. Congratulations and welcome to our new member!
Taste of Westport Sponsorship Opportunities

Taste of Westport Sponsorship Opportunities

Taste of Westport has sponsorship opportunities for businesses looking to connect with their influential audience of restauranteurs, foodies, philanthropists, and public figures. All sponsors get to have their name linked to CLASP Homes, a well respected nonprofit.

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