You’re a small business, maybe 50 employees or less, with annual revenues under $1 million. You’ve always run your business hands-on – involved in every aspect of the company’s functioning. You’ve relied on experience and gut instinct to found and build what you have. But the coronavirus pandemic has thrown curveballs small business owners – and large companies – have never encountered.
There is no such a thing as business as usual now – and perhaps not for a long time because the virus is still rampaging and there are far more uncertainties than knowns.
Small business entrepreneurs may want to borrow a page from large companies and form an advisory board of trusted colleagues and experts to help navigate uncharted waters in the months and years ahead.
Read our full discussion of this issue at https://rcbizjournal.com/2020/07/09/surround-yourself-with-close-advisors-to-navigate-covid-19/.
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