How Innovation Quarter Retailers Survived the COVID-19 Pandemic

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When the country effectively shut down last spring, mom-and-pop retailers had to find innovative ways to survive. Whether it was creating new ways to reach customers or figuring out how to get their product out the door when no one was leaving home, retailers in the Innovation Quarter faced those challenges head on.

Hear from a handful of locally owned small businesses about the hurdles they faced, the innovations they developed and the hope they see as we begin to emerge from one of the most difficult challenging business environments of the last few generations.

For more on how to support local retailers, visit our COVID-19 Community Resources page.