Tips for Running and Reopening Your Business During the Pandemic


Gloria Martinez


January 15, 2021

Running a business during the pandemic is filled with challenges.

Cigent understands that keeping your business afloat during the pandemic is no easy task. If you’ve closed your doors like many other businesses that were deemed nonessential, you have probably been anxious for your business to resume. Even as the restrictions fluctuate, you will want to proceed with caution as you run your daily operations. Below, find out what you can do to safely reopen, and discover other tips for keeping yourself, your employees, and your customers safe in the meantime.

Running Things Remotely

In many cases, the only way to keep your business open is to allow remote work and provide virtual services whenever possible.

How to Improve Your Business While Closed

Regardless of whether you allow remote work, you can benefit from trying new things while your doors are closed. Here are a few ideas you may want to consider.

Strategies for Reopening

In most places, it’s acceptable for businesses to be open, as long as you limit your capacity. These tips can help you make a smooth transition.

Stay Strong

From small businesses to hometown entrepreneurs, the human spirit continues to amaze as tons of small businesses figure out how to withstand COVID-19. Below you’ll find a number of additional resources to help your small business fight the good fight!

COVID-19 has changed the way we do business—probably forever. While it’s hard to get used to some of these changes, being willing to adapt can save your business. Being flexible and creative can even make the difference between surviving and thriving in a post-pandemic world.

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