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What COVID-19 Should Teach Companies About Pandemic Planning

Nacho De Marco — May 5, 2020 The COVID-19 crisis spread so quickly around the world that most people, companies, organizations, and governments scrambled to address it in any way they could. In fact, if there’s something that defines the pandemic, that definitely has to be the lack of preparation for it. When faced with … Continue reading What COVID-19 Should Teach Companies About Pandemic Planning

Expect a Tsunami of Small Business Bankruptcies Based On Vague Government Planning

Troy Kirby — May 1, 2020 In Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Mike says his bankruptcy occurred two ways: Gradually, then suddenly. The untenable current situation facing small business entrepreneurs due to the 2020 COVID-19 shutdowns is no different. Everything depends on how their individual states react, plan and illustrate their importance moving forward … Continue reading Expect a Tsunami of Small Business Bankruptcies Based On Vague Government Planning

SMBs Planning Ad Spend, Messages As States Open For Business

SMBs Planning Ad Spend, Messages As States Open For Business by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, April 27, 2020 Some 83% of small and medium-sized businesses are seeing a negative impact on their business as a result of COVID-19, compared with 86% in March, according to data released Monday. About 6% — up from 4% — will … Continue reading SMBs Planning Ad Spend, Messages As States Open For Business