Running a microbusiness in a pandemic economy is tough. Businesses that rely on human interaction have to be creative to survive.
"My brain is tired from adapting so much," says Ashlie Ordonez, owner of The Bare Bar in Denver, Colorado.
On top of pandemic disruptions, supply chain issues make running a business — including a small cheese shop — even more challenging.
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Clear plastic barriers to protect workers are everywhere now. What does that mean for companies that make them?
For Eric Vaughn, picture frame demand is up as customers spend more time at home. But can supply keep pace?