Global Effect of COVID-19 on Small Businesses

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Kailee Chappell Parrish, student (Creator)
Elizabeth City State University (ECSU )
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Ebere Oriaku

Abstract: COVID-19 is a worldwide pandemic that started in December 2019 in China. Smallbusinesses all over the world had no idea where to turn to, where their capital would go and whatto expect from a teeter-totter economy. With the help of government incentives and results fromsurveys such as the Small Business Pulse Survey as well as the Current Population Survey, Inthis study the following were concluded: 1) partaking in government incentives may better thebusiness, 2) having an online e-commerce presence may make or break the company, and 3)redesigning the business to work with the “new normal” may help define their niche and have athriving business.

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Honors Project
Language: English
Date: 2022
worldwide pandemic, small businesses, survey, business data

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