4 easy ways to keep your small business afloat during the pandemic

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Adhering to lockdown regulations is essential to fight Covid-19, but many businesses have been unable to thrive under the pandemic. Small businesses, those that rely on personal contact in particular, have been impacted the most.

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The economy is opening up and many industries have gone back to “normal”, but the recovery for some businesses is still a priority. According to BusinessTech, lockdown has forced redundancies and company closures.

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