Businesses that have closed, even temporarily, won’t be seen as closed in the eyes of the state. They are considered active until they file for a dissolution.
Few industries are more affected than the cleaning industry, which is providing inspiring examples of successful adaptation.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provided a variety of financial assistance to businesses, including for health expenses.
In this post, we will define SWOT Analysis, explain why you need one, and show you how to do it. Plus, there will be plenty of examples along the way.
During times like this pandemic, adequate cash reserves can help your business proactively take advantage of new possibilities.
All business owners face challenges, and when unforeseeable events, like COVID-19, happen, you dig deep, adapt and overcome, even brick-and-mortar businesses.