The Guide to Rebuilding Your Small Business After the Pandemic

Apr 8, 2020

The Guide to Rebuilding Your Small Business After the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic won’t last forever. Eventually, this will all end. The “new normal” will fade away, and we’ll go back to “business as usual.”

However, somethings will never be the same. Lives have been lost, jobs obliterated, companies bankrupted—it’s going to take a while to pick up the pieces. But while the future may look bleak for your small business, the ball is in your court now. 

Will you rebuild and come out stronger than ever? Or will you wallow in “what could have been” and sink further into the coronavirus mire? The choice is yours.

Remember, you’re not alone. The coronavirus crisis has impacted businesses big and small, industries near and far, citizens rich and poor. No country has escaped unscathed. Everyone is recovering.

If you’d like to rebuild your small business, then this guide is for you. Below, we cover all the steps you need to take to get your business back on track. From redoing your business plan to reclaiming your customers to securing the capital to make it all happen, we’re breaking it all down step-by-step.

About the Author


Jesse Sumrak

Jesse Sumrak is a Social Media Manager for SendGrid, a leading digital communication platform. He's created and managed content for startups, growth-stage companies, and publicly-traded businesses. Jesse has spent almost a decade writing about small business and entrepreneurship topics, having built and sold his own post-apocalyptic fitness bootstrapped startup. When he's not dabbling in digital marketing, you'll find him ultrarunning in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Jesse studied Public Relations at Brigham Young University.

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