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Small Business COVID-19 Resources

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We at business.com pledge to keep you as informed as possible on developments on the outbreak, in addition to offering you tools and suggestions to help you weather this unexpected downturn.

Already, business leaders across the country are offering free advice to social media followers, and we'll work to keep you apprised on how you can access that information.

Below we've organized several areas of importance to small businesses:

  • Resources for financial relief
  • Transitioning to remote work
  • Managing a remote team

Resources for financial relief

Small businesses in areas affected by the novel coronavirus are now being granted access to low-interest loans from the Small Business Administration (SBA).

Below are the resources we've organized to keep your business afloat:Trump Calls for $50B in SBA Loans to Combat COVID-19

Transitioning to remote work

Businesses that have the ability to work remotely are lucky in times like this, but the transition to being remote is never easy.

Below are the resources we've organized to help lead your team remotely:

Managing a remote team

Keeping staff motivated, especially during times like now, is never easy. It's important to address the inevitable concerns that will come up with your team.

Below are the resources we've organized to keep spirits high during this time:

 

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