With the rapid rise of online shopping during the pandemic, your business may have been forced to quickly pivot to more of an e-commerce model than you ever had before.Shopping online is here to stay—for you and your customers. There are several ways you can boost your online retail
Epiphany Studios, a boutique glassblowing and art studio in Pontiac, MI, had cultivated a unique up-close experience for visitors. They opened their workshop so customers could watch them create one-of-a-kind objects, then take home a piece to call their own.Yet, when the pandemic hit last year, like most businesses,
Nobody ever shopped at Moriarty’s Gem Art in Crown Point, IN, because they wanted common jewelry designs. Run by a family of expert designers and gem cutters for over 30 years, it’s been the go-to destination for colored gemstones that many shops don’t even carry. So when the pandemic forced
Your restaurant survived the pandemic. Now what? With competition fiercer than ever as in-person dining returns, it’s critical to leverage the digital marketing tools that will help you attract new customers, increase sales, boost customer loyalty and allow your restaurant to stand out from the crowd. Check out these five
Nathan Vannette wasn't sure how Growing Green Family Farms would make it through 2020. Most of their business came from supplying nearby restaurants in upstate South Carolina, hit hard by the pandemic.And restaurants were good, consistent customers, making up 85% of the farm's sales.“Within a two-week period, 85% of
The restaurant industry has seen a complete overhaul this past year, and the hunt is on to find new, versatile business plans to grow business. Taking advantage of e-commerce to offer new products, boost restaurant sales and add new revenue streams can increase margins going forward. E-commerce is positively booming.
In January 2020, PiesAbilities launched as a small bakery with a mission to hire adults with disabilities. Inspired by her young daughter, who has a disability, founder Jennifer Dempsey of Gainesville, FL, sold pies at farmers’ markets and supplied corporate events and weddings through a simple website.When the pandemic hit
Unknown Caller, a cocktail bar in downtown Chattanooga, TN, has always been cool. With a retro speakeasy theme, patrons typed a hidden code in a phone booth to get in.After the pandemic hit, however, the phone booth had to go. “We were really worried about germs,” explains owner James Heeley.