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What lockdown could do for your business idea

Covid-19 lockdown provides valuable time for planning a new business, as Dr Mary-Ellen Gordon explains ... read more

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Spurred by COVID-19, IDEA Public Schools created a rapid IT plan for remote teaching

Cody Grindle, vice president of information technology for IDEA Public Schools, had to act fast so students would be able to start remote instruction on March 30. Here's how he did it. read more

Small companies, big ideas: New York’s Five Films on advantages of a narrow focus

Here, Boggins and Jenest discuss the advantages and challenges inherent in leading a boutique firm with big ideas. This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Five Films has been in ... read more

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Charlestown Business Owners: Open or Closed? Let Customers Know

CHARLESTOWN, MA — Last week, we asked local business owners around the country how Patch could best help them weather the economic downturn brought on by the new coronavirus. We received hundreds of ... read more


Kandi Burruss' Husband Todd Tucker Announced His Unexpected New Business Venture

"That Margarita's amazing." While he's not fully committed to a name for his spirit brand (although he did "like" a comment suggesting the name "Double T Tequila,") he says his original moniker idea ... read more

Free Webinar | April 8: 5 "Keeps" for Business Continuity & Lessons from Past Disruptions

Prepare for immediate and tremendous upswings, big ideas and innovation. Amazing companies and brands have been born as ... There will be tough decisions ahead and it will not be easy. As the world ... read more

Will Coronavirus Lead to a New Restaurant and Grocery Business Model?

The coronavirus pandemic has forced restaurants and grocery stores to adapt. Many restaurants have had to add or expand delivery while also finding clever ways to safely handle curbside pickup. read more

Love Your Melon shifting focus from beanies to face masks. MN business responds to coronavirus demand.

For as long as Love Your Melon has been alive, its goal has been to give back to pediatric cancer patients in need. Founded in 2012 by University of St. Thomas students Zachary Quinn and Brian ... read more

Small Business Aid May Come with a Lot of Headaches

Unfortunately, with history as our guide, we should fear massive headaches for small businesses trying to access these loans. One reason is that the loans will be administered through by the Small ... read more

Bethesda small business providing cups of coffee to medical professionals fighting the coronavirus

Clove & Cedar Coffeebar is also giving you the opportunity to help provide cups of coffee and to doctors and nurses that are working very hard. read more

George Pyle: Burning off the idea of health care as a business

Prime among them, of course, is the idea that health care is properly a business, a profit center, when it should be seen and operated and funded as a public service, like streets, sewers, zoning ... read more

Westford Business Owners: Open or Closed? Let Customers Know

Last week, we asked local business owners around the country how Patch could best help them weather the economic downturn brought on by the novel coronavirus. We received hundreds of responses and a ... read more



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