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We’re all facing challenges as a result of the pandemic, but small business owners have been hit especially hard. In many states, several types of small businesses have yet to reopen amid COVID-19 restrictions. Bars, restaurants, fitness centers, and businesses selling non-essential items are really struggling to make ends meet right now, so we’ve gathered a list of resources to help these business owners stay afloat as we weather this pandemic.
Improve Your Business Processes
Take advantage of this downtime to tackle administrative tasks, reduce your operating expenses, and find ways to boost your bottom line.
Take Your Business Online
E-commerce has exploded in popularity during the pandemic. Take advantage of this trend by shifting your business into the digital world.
Engage with Your Customers
Keeping in touch with your customers is more important now than ever. This is a great time to work on your customer relationship strategy!
Do what you can to ride out the pandemic and keep your business going despite the challenges you’re facing right now. While it may feel like the pandemic will continue forever, you have to trust that things will go back to normal one day. Hopefully, that day comes sooner rather than later.
Our office continues to take new cases and to prosecute the Injury and Workers Compensation Cases that we can. Jury Trials may be suspended, but we continue to work hard to secure justice for our clients.
This is one of the many informative resources you can find on the Coogan Gallagher website.
Credit: We appreciate the contributions of Elena Stewart to this post (https://www.elenastewart.com/).