The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across the globe. For business owners, who have enough of challenges running the business during normal times, the pandemic has only made things worse. Indeed, today there is no shortage of desperate business owners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s times like these that we get to hear stories that are inspiring, motivational, and slightly hilarious as well. Today in this post, we are going to share with you confessions of business owners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
So, without further ado, let’s find out what they have to say. Here are some of the most interesting confessions of business owners around the world about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Andrea Purrenhage, Mt. Pleasant School of Dance
The biggest achievement Andrea shares with us about her dance school is the fact that COVID-19 hasn’t stopped her from providing the quality service she has always been known for. It’s her instincts that she runs the dance school on. She knew the pandemic was going to make the kids and families suffer if she didn’t continue the school. So, she quickly set up a multi platform approach.
Kirsten Bauer, 500 District
Kirsten Bauer runs a dine-in restaurant which, due to COVID-1, is closed until further direction from the state. For her, it has been quite a tumultuous few months but she and her team have really picked things up. They have started taking orders over the phone and have adjusted pretty well. Kirsten says she is presently working with a small staff and she kinda likes it.
Dr. Landon Revord, Explore Chiropractic
For Dr. Landon, COVID-19 pandemic was an epiphany. He has been witnessing a drop in the number of clients he usually had before the pandemic. Revord has been using this time to make good use of the technology he already had in place. He has successfully built a digital patient portal that his patients can use to update their information.
Kali Ah Yuen, People’s Revolt, LLC
Kali is all the good things to say about his business during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is because his business runs entirely on the Internet. Not just that, he is also acquiring more leads from social media. He believes that it’s time business owners start to realize the importance of having a digital footprint. Kali presses on making entrepreneur aware about small business forums and online communities.
As the pandemic keeps the world at a standstill, we will come across many such stories and confessions that will give you an insight of how the world of business runs in times of crisis. Did you find this piece of content valuable? Let us know in the comments what you think about COVID-19’s impact on business owners.