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Getting ready for recovery: How small businesses are adjusting in 2020

Business expert Gene Marks and three owners share lessons learned and timely tips for growth.

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Businesses are adapting differently.

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Across the board, look to where you can control cost. Either through reusing some of the tools you use in your process or by purchasing a cheaper alternative from your supplier—those types of things."

Debbie Chadwick

HR manager

Ithaca, New York

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Relationship managers have quickly adapted to setting up prospective meetings or client meetings through video conferencing, and it's working well."

Javier Evans

Chief HR officer

New York City

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