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Help Small Businesses Bounce Back After The Pandemic

Help Small Businesses Bounce Back after the Pandemic

We know that both the small businesses and large companies have been severely affected by the pandemic. But, the small businesses may not have the wherewithal as the large companies to recover faster from this dilemma.

Let us not forget that small businesses constitute a significant force in the United States’ economy. The U.S. boasts of more than 27 million small businesses and these businesses account for about fifty percent of the nation’s GDP. So, when the small businesses nosedive, the economy would also be affected.

In the present pandemic and post-pandemic era, everyone must support the small businesses in the U.S in different ways such as the following;

Patronize the Small Businesses More than Ever

Right now, some of the small businesses still in operation are offering their products and/or services online. Some are still open in their brick-and-mortar stores depending on the nature of the business. Whichever way, everyone should buy products and services from the small businesses as often as possible to help them get back on their feet.

During the lock down period, you should maintain social distancing by opting for delivery. You can still do in-house pickup from a local business. However, make sure you wear your mask and observe other safety measures when you go out. You can also place a call to see what other purchase and/or delivery options the business offers.

Patronize Local Restaurants and Order Takeout

Right now, many restaurants are not offering dine-in services. But, a number of them are available online for orders. Some delivery apps list restaurants available for food orders during this period, so you can check those apps out. You can choose to pick up your order or have it delivered at your doorstep for a small fee. Even if the lobby is not open, you may find the window of a restaurant’s drive-thru open. You can always call earlier to find out the true situation.

Even if you are quarantined or recovering from the virus infection after treatment, you can get a contact-free delivery. Just give the restaurant instructions on the exact spot at your address to leave your order so that you can pick it up later.

Promote Small Businesses on Different Channels

Use social media and other online platforms to promote small businesses in the U.S. One of such valuable promotions is to leave positive reviews and feedbacks for a great service and/or product. You should also spread the word about such great services or products to friends and relatives. This can help increase patronage of small businesses. This is helpful to both the small businesses and the nation as a whole.

Thankfully, the government is also making its own effort in the form of grants and loans to help small businesses bounce back.

Daven Michaels is a New York Times Best Selling Author and CEO of premiere global outsourcing company, 123Employee. The company employs hundreds of young bright individuals on three continents. His International event, Beyond Marketing Live! Inspires entrepreneurs to build & grow their business with revolutionary new theories and systems allowing them to design the business and personal lifestyle of their dreams

One Response to “Help Small Businesses Bounce Back After The Pandemic”

  1. Being around you makes everything better. Thank you so much Daven for the great content….

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