As small business owners adapt to remote work in this challenging environment, many still feel immediate pain. One in five small businesses could close permanently within two months, according to a new national survey. How can entrepreneurs access the lifelines that are available to them? What strategies can businesses use to continue operating as the country’s economies slowly reopen? And how should companies approach the return to work in a world with COVID-19?
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will host their seventh virtual National Small Business Town Hall to help business owners survive and succeed during this challenging time. Inc. Editor-At-Large Kimberly Weisul and the U.S. Chamber’s Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer, Neil Bradley, will break down the policies that can help you stay afloat now, the strategies that can carry you through this crisis, and the vision to help you plan your business’ future.
A panel of experts will join them to answer your questions and offer advice as you navigate this pandemic, and plan your safe return to work.
- Julie Levinson Werner, Partner, Lowenstein Sandler LLP
- Sarah Jennings, CPA, Principal, Maner Costerisan
- Michelle Sourie Robinson, President & CEO, Michican Minority Supplier Development Council
- Christel C. Slaughter, Ph.D., CEO, SSA Consultants
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