Purdue Institute for Family Business (PIFB)​

COVID-19 Resources for Family Businesses

ISDA Inquires about How COVID-19 is Affecting Agriculture
Complete the Qualtrics survey to send your response and experiences to the ISDA.

Estate & Succession Planning for the Family Farm
The Indiana Agricultural Law Foundation will host the 7th installment of the Estate & Succession Planning for the Family Farm via Zoom conference July 21 - 23. The program will take place over three days, with different presentations scheduled for each day. Each presentation will be 60 minutes, and participants will have ample time to ask questions. There is no cost to attend. You must register for each presentation you would like to attend. Registration deadline is July 17, 2020.

USDA Announces Details of Direct Assistance to Farmers through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program
Beginning May 26, the USDA, through the FSA, will be accepting applications from agricultural producers who have suffered losses.

2020 EIDL Open for Agricultural/Farm Businesses Only
The SBA announced today that Economic Injury Disaster Loans are open only for agricultural and farm businesses impacted by COVID-19.

2020 PIFB Spring Newsletter: COVID-19 Special Edition
PIFB Spring Newsletter discusses: managing social media, SBA help for businesses, success in PPP loans, and navigating the crisis.

Recorded Webinar: Navigating the SBA Disaster Funds​
Webinar featuring Dr. Maria Marshall, who discusses the SBA Funding (and funding opening up for ag businesses).

Purdue Extension COVID-19 Response Site​
Articles include: guide for local producers, consumer guide to buying from local farmers, guide to alternative delivery systems, impacts on U.S. food and agriculture, and other topics.

SBA Help for Small Businesses (Updated April 28, 2020)​
Discusses the five main provisions of the CARES Act, including PPP, EIDL, EIDL Emergency Advance, SBA Bridge Loans, and SBA Debt Relief.

Indiana Small Business Development Centers (Link)

Resources for Indiana small businesses during these uncertain times.

PAER Special Edition: COVID-19 Impact on Agriculture
Purdue Agricultural Economics Report, covering: retail markets, SBA help, ethanol demand, soybean and wheat exports, crop net returns, and other topics.

(Indiana) COVID-19 Affected Business and Employee Resource Guide
Indiana-specific guide on CARES Act and Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

Which Industries and States are Most Successful in Securing Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans? by George Haynes
Examines the allocation of PPP loan amounts from the SBA through April 16th, 2020.

Paycheck Protection Program: Who Gets the Money? by Dr. George Haynes
Exploration of who gets PPP by industry, business size, and state.

FREE Webinars for Small and Family Businesses, including:

The Department of Agricultural Economics has a new institute, the Purdue Institute for Family Business (PIFB). What previously started as the Purdue Initiative for Family Firms has now grown into a permanent, holistic center for family businesses. The Purdue Institute for Family Business is aptly named to reflect its permanent and ever-important presence in the state of Indiana and at Purdue University. Director of PIFB, Dr. Maria Marshall, has an integrated research, teaching and Extension program focused on family businesses. PIFB’s aim is to enhance the knowledge of family business owners, successors, employees, advisors, and educators to improve family functioning and business success. According to Dr. Marshall, “PIFB’s purpose is to enhance the resilience of family businesses”. Dr. Maria Marshall and Renee Wiatt (family business management specialist for PIFB) will continue to conduct high-quality research focused on family businesses, along with Extension programming around the state of Indiana.

Agricultural Economics, 403 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4191

© Purdue University | An equal access/equal opportunity university | Integrity Statement | Copyright Complaints | Maintained by Agricultural Communication

Trouble with this page? Disability-related accessibility issue? Please contact us at agweb@purdue.edu so we can help.

Sign In