Webinar Series

Over the last eight weeks, DeKalb County UNITES (DKCU) was pleased to facilitate 24 Getting Ready for Recovery webinars on a variety of topics. We are grateful to the many local business experts and small business owners who shared their wisdom and experiences to help support our local economy during this difficult time. As businesses begin to reopen in larger numbers, we are turning our attention to other activities to continue to provide support to the small business sector.  As the need arises, we may come back with future webinars and we will let you know via our social media outlets. In the meantime, please continue to check-in for information and share your successes, challenges, and ideas with us via the contact us page.

Small business updates, resources, tools, and tips for getting through this COVID-19 crisis.  

Working directly with small businesses in DeKalb County to determine capacities, needs and opportunities.

Volunteer your time, your resources, your business, or your finances. We appreciate any consideration.

Do you have a unique idea or suggestion we may haven't thought of yet? Send us a message!


Right now, we need everyone in our community thinking strategically about how you can direct your purchasing power to our small businesses. Please join us in supporting our small businesses today. 

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