weVENTURE mission is to accelerate sustainable business growth for women entrepreneurs. Left to right: Susan Erickson, Kathy Register and Val Williams with their big “W” that they take with them for promoting weVENTURE.

Modest firms affected by the coronavirus in Brevard, Indian River and St. Lucie counties can get free of charge support by using one-on-one consultations and academic webinars by the Florida Institute of Technology’s weVENTURE

Funding is also available for 31 firms to take part for absolutely free in IGNITE 360, an individualized 6-month mentoring application in which small business proprietors deal with unique problems to aid develop the company. The education typically costs $2,500. 

“Most modest enterprises are navigating (the coronavirus) on their individual,” weVENTURE Executive Director Kathryn Rudloff stated. “We are listed here, and our mission is be a resource to assistance tiny businesses.”

The business center, sponsored by the U.S. Little Company Administration, received $420,000 from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Financial Safety (CARES) Act to extend its systems and solutions and give them at no expense. Another $41,500 came from other donors. The CARES funding will past by April 2021.