Businesses’ first reaction to COVID-19-related disruption was to retrench and protect — actions that were, essentially, reactive. While that may have been the wisest move in the short-term, it is no way to sustain a business over the long-term.
Even businesses that were proactive in their response must adjust to new realities in the economy and the business community going forward.
In Business Magazine asked experts in the business areas of banking, bankruptcy, employment, healthcare, insurance, marketing and technology — and federal programs for small business — to share their expertise on key operational facets that business decision makers need to know about getting back to business in a world that may show marked and lasting changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Offers Businesses a Chance to Reset, Recharge and Rise Up (Click to Read)
Chief Executive Officer, Alliance Bank of Arizona
Keeping Small Business Up and Running (Click to Read)
District Director, U.S. Small Business Administration, Arizona District
Navigating a New Normal: Focusing on Mental Health in the Time of Pandemic (Click to Read)
Market President for Arizona, Cigna
Hardening in the Insurance Market (Click to Read)
Charles A. Touché
Chief Executive Officer, Lovitt & Touché, A Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC Company
SECTOR: LEGAL – BANKRUPTCY
Bankruptcy in a Distressed Post-COVID-19 World (Click to Read)
Cathy L. Reece
Director, Fennemore Craig (Financial Restructuring practice group)
SECTOR: LEGAL – EMPLOYMENT
Pandemic Presents Learning Opportunities for Employers (Click to Read)
Of Counsel, Spencer Fane LLP
The Shifting Landscape of Marketing (Click to Read)
CEO and Managing Partner, Kiterocket (Phoenix)
Managing Partner, Kiterocket (Seattle)
Improving and Expanding ‘Personal’ Virtual Connections (Click to Read)
Co-Founder and Principal, Phoenix Analysis & Design Technologies (PADT)