We were all ready to put 2020 behind us, however 2021 has come in with its own challenges. Many businesses closed down in 2020 due to the financial havoc and operational difficulties of the Covid pandemic. New and continued lockdown measures put in place by some countries show signs that it will continue to be a challenging post-pandemic and recovery year. However, there are some trends that small businesses should look forward to in 2021.
Taking advantage of these business trends can lead your business to becoming more resilient and flexible in the face of new challenges in this post-pandemic era.
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Each year retail stores are slammed with last-minute holiday shoppers. With an increase in online sales this year, businesses are likely to see even more of a spike with in-store sales in the days leading up to the holidays. Those who ordered ahead will be fine, but procrastinators will find themselves in a crunch with shipping wait times.
As a business owner, how can you reap the benefits of the holiday rush, while successfully enacting social distancing practices with panicking customers? Keep reading for our tips on handling the last-minute shopping frenzy.
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Many small business owners around the country are facing a tough dilemma right now: Is it time to reopen their businesses after pandemic shutdowns? How can they reopen their businesses safely?
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Small businesses have gone through a lot the past several months as the world continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Even before the pandemic, employee scheduling was a bit of a hassle. Today, though, it can be downright stressful. To help you navigate employee scheduling so you can keep your doors open and continue to serve your customers, you need the right tools!
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