A Guide To Reopening Your Small Business After The Corona-virus Shutdown
Most countries are slowly beginning to reopen businesses again, and after suffering through months of Corona-virus related business shutdowns, many of them small business owners are eager to get back to business as routine. If your state or city has announced that it will allow businesses to reopen, it is important to do so in a way that protects your employees and customers.
Even if the reopening hasn’t been on the horizon for weeks or months, it’s a good idea to start preparing a reopening plan now. This will help you find out when your business reopens, talk to your employees about reopening and install supply chains so that your business can run smoothly after reopening.
Whether or not to reopen your business as soon as the pandemic closes is a choice that only you can make. When you make a decision, consider the guidelines for federal state and local health authorities, as well as your business finances.
There are several factors to consider as you develop your business reopening plan:
- How to change your business model to stay competitive
- What kind of sales are needed to break even when you can expect to be profitable again
- Where you may need to resume or re-start your business to access financial assistance
- How to maintain a safe environment for everyone entering your location
- Your employees may need to work in any place of residence
- How to make it easier for customers to do business with you
- How to develop a way to reopen you to promote awareness and demand
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