WISCONSIN SSBCI RESOURCE CENTER

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WISCONSIN SSBCI RESOURCE CENTER

WISCONSIN'S LEADING RESOURCE ON THE SSBCI PROGRAM

The SSBCI Resource Center, a program of Develop Wisconsin, aims to inform, educate, support and connect organizations, government agencies, financial institutions, investment entities and businesses to developments of Wisconsin’s State Small Business Credit Initiative.

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STAY CONNECTED TO THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS OF WISCONSIN’S SSBCI PROGRAM

The State of Wisconsin is slated to receive over $80 million of SSBCI funds from the Department of the US Treasury over the next five years.   The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is the manager of Wisconsin’s SSBCI funds.   The funds will be invested in businesses in the form of debt or equity in qualified businesses.  The Wisconsin SSBCI Resource Center aims to keep businesses informed of the status of the funds, and how SSBCI can be applied to your businesses financing.  SSBCI funds are not grants to businesses.

SSBCI IN WISCONSIN

The State of Wisconsin is slated to receive up to $80 million of SSBCI capital to invest in small businesses.   Learn more about the SSBCI program and how your business can benefit.

THE LATEST SSBCI NEWS

Get the latest information updates on Wisconsin’s SSBCI program and how the State of Wisconsin is allocating and spending SSBCI funds to support small business growth.

SSBCI FINANCING

SSBCI capital can be leveraged to finance business growth and expansion for businesses throughout Wisconsin.  Learn how your business can leverage SSBCI funds.

SSBCI RESOURCES

Learn more about the SSBCI program and how your business can access and leverage SSBCI capital to fuel the growth and expansion of your business.

SSBCI IN WISCONSIN

The State of Wisconsin is slated to receive up to $80 million of SSBCI capital to invest in small businesses.   Learn more about the SSBCI program and how your business can benefit.

THE LATEST SSBCI NEWS

Get the latest information updates on Wisconsin’s SSBCI program and how the State of Wisconsin is allocating and spending SSBCI funds to support small business growth.

SSBCI FINANCING

SSBCI capital can be leveraged to finance business growth and expansion for businesses throughout Wisconsin.   Learn how your business can leverage SSBCI funds.

SSBCI RESOURCES

Learn more about the SSBCI program and how your business can access and leverage SSBCI capital to fuel the growth and expansion of your business.

Get the latest news on Wisconsin's $80 million SSBCI fund

Business owners often don’t have time to keep track of programs like the SSBCI program.   To be better connected to Activities and developments of Wisconsin’s SSBCI program, sign up of our e-newsletter, SSBCI Wisconsin.

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WISCONSIN SSBCI BY THE NUMBERS

$ Million dollars of Total SSBCI Investment in Wisconsin businesses

$ Million dollars of investment leveraged for Wisconsin Businesses

Number of jobs to be created

$ Million dollars of investment available for disadvantaged businesses and communities

The SSBCI program offers an opportunity to revitalize manufacturing

The Urban Manufacturing Alliance (UMA) and The Century Foundation (TCF) created a report to describe the SSBCI program and offers recommendations from the perspective of mission-based lenders and those seeking to support the revitalization of manufacturing as a...

Develop Wisconsin Launches the Wisconsin SSBCI Hub to Track and Monitor Wisconsin’s SSBCI Program

Develop Wisconsin has recently launched the Wisconsin SSBCI Hub to track and monitor the State of Wisconsin's State Small Business Credit Initiative program. The State of Wisconsin is slated to start receiving up to $80 million of SSBCI funds in early 2023. Develop...

State of Wisconsin to receive over $80 million of SSBCI Funds to Support Business Development

The State of Wisconsin expects to receive $80 million for development of small businesses in the state via the US Treasury's State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI). This is the second time that the SSBCI has been approved. The first time was in 2011, and the...

Catalyst Growth Capital makes a ten year funding commitment to Develop Wisconsin Business Development

Catalyst Growth Capital recently committed to provide support to Develop Wisconsin's business development programs. Catalyst Growth Capital is a business development, management and investment firm. Damon Dorsey, Chairman/CEO of Develop Wisconsin says, "We greatly...

Develop Wisconsin Partners with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation to Support Business Development

Develop Wisconsin has recently partnered with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), the State of Wisconsin's economic development agency. WEDC recently awarded Develop Wisconsin a Partnership Grant focused on providing technical assistance to BIPOC...

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