How to Survive a Crisis: Tips From Small-Business Owners

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Learn tips from small-business owners about how to survive the next crisis that comes your way.

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We talked to dozens of small-business owners about advice they would share in dealing with the pandemic, and here’s what we learned: 37% of small-business owners said they recommend prioritizing business model changes. We wanted to dive into this more deeply, so we asked four small-business owners what specific advice they have for others.

Check out the full article with more details here: “Future Proof Your Business With These 4 Tips From Small-Business Owners

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Survey methodology

Small-Business Owner COVID-19 Survey, April 2020

Capterra conducted this survey in April 2020 of 82 small-business leaders to learn about the business model changes they’ve made and gather advice they have for other small-business owners in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Survey was emailed to small-business leaders who had left a minimum of two software reviews on Capterra’s site within the past year and agreed to have their information shared.

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Amanda Kennedy

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Amanda Kennedy is a senior content writer covering project management and construction trends for Capterra. Amanda earned her bachelor's degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin and is currently earning her master's degree in information science from the University of North Texas. She has created content for leading brands for 9+ years and has guest lectured on communications and marketing at the University of Texas at Austin.

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