For the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, a majority of respondents to the Minneapolis Fed’s quarterly general business survey reported optimism, even if many expected a rough road to full recovery.
Tu-Uyen Tran, Senior Writer, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Starting a business during COVID-19 may seem impossible, but these six types of businesses can help you launch a business and even help others during the pandemic.
The pandemic has triggered psychological states shaping why and how we buy, nudging consumer-behavior shifts that go well beyond the much-noted surge in online shopping.
While some of us were learning to bake or binge-watching Netflix during quarantine, others, especially those who were away from their regular workplace, were doing something entirely different. The number of new businesses that opened during COVID-19 is, well, a start-up pandemic. Here at the Chamber, we are taking note of how new and existing businesses are taking advantage of the changing economic landscape to serve customers in new and unique ways.