The economy is floundering; there’s no two ways about it. However, a few industries have managed to wade through the darkness and actually grow amid a deadly pandemic. From eCommerce to delivery services to office equipment, parts of the economy have indeed pushed forward. Curious about the details of these booming industries? Let’s take a look at the numbers.
Trellis Counseling has specialized in trauma therapy from day one, and was uniquely prepared for the challenges of the COVID pandemic. Overcoming issues related to remote counseling and therapy, Trellis has adapted to meet the needs of a growing and increasingly traumatized clientele. Read on for a full look at Trellis Counseling, how it began, and where it’s going next.
Esty shop owner and quilter Michelle Beyer sells her creations on Etsy and creates custom-order pieces. Beyer has been using the free time provided by the COVID-19 pandemic to hone her craft. Read on for more details about Beyer’s quilting business and how it has adapted to the ongoing pandemic.
The Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America (BPAA) projects a positive future for the US bowling industry, as COVID continues and beyond. Read on for a look at how bowling alleys are surviving, and what the bowling community is doing to stay together.
An interactive webseries sponsored partially by OpenHub, the Pivoteers and Pioneers project focuses on how small businesses in NY’s Hudson Valley are using tech to adapt to the changing landscape of Covid-19.
The EIDL is a low-interest, long-term loan for small business owners that have been impacted by COVID. These loans offer low, fixed rates and repayment terms up to 30 years. Businesses with fewer than 500 employees, certain nonprofits, and agricultural businesses can apply and be approved if they meet all criteria set by the SBA.
COVID-19’s destructive wake has damaged small businesses of all kinds, but those led by women have been disproportionately affected, based on a new report by Facebook. A survey found that 71% of women-led businesses in the US are operational or engaging in any sort of revenue-generating activity compared to 83% of those run by men.
The new normal of our Covid world is starting to settle upon us and so are some of the new conveniences and trends born out of forced innovation in response to the global pandemic.
It’s been a rocky ride for small businesses since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. But a recent survey suggests that a rebound is on the horizon. The survey, put out by CNBC and SurveyMonkey, indicates that small business owners are more confident that their businesses will last another year.
COVID Relief: You Could Get Partial Forgiveness, Increased SBA Guarantee, & More On 7(a) Loans & Microloans
In order to get the full eight months’ worth of forgiveness of principal and interest payments for these loans, your business will need to be in one of the industries identified by the SBA as particularly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, such as food service, accommodation, education, arts & entertainment, and personal care services.