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July 7, 2020
The fashion industry has been struggling through the coronavirus pandemic and the effects it’s had not only on shopping but manufacturing. But some were among the lucky companies that got forgivable loans from the federal government.  The Paycheck Protection Program has been rife with flaws since the Trump Administration rushed it through in April as...
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As coronavirus case numbers fluctuate across states, so, too, do store openings. Retailers looking to create a successful, long-term reopening strategy will need to combine both in-person and online approaches, that can weather changing restrictions on businesses. With that in mind, Salesfloor has launched a “Post-COVID Bundle” of tools to support such strategies. Salesfloor’s mobile...
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Fredy Joudieh After 21 years in his San Carlos, CA store, Fredy Joudieh used the pandemic’s shelter-in-place mandate as an excuse to remodel. “We added a wine bar and an espresso bar to serve clients while shopping. We built a state-of-the-art music system into the walls and ceiling and play Andrea Bocelli, Sarah Brightman, Michael...
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