Back to Business: Resources
From government updates, to best practices, to case studies of retailers who’ve already reopened their doors — here you’ll find a collection of resources that don’t “fit” in a traditional retail business bucket.
With the CARES Act signed into law, small business owners will have access to some $377 billion in emergency grants, forgivable loans and more.
Nationwide Marketing Group has undertaken several advocacy initiatives on behalf of members at the state level. This blog contains templates and resources for members to participate in those efforts as well.
Second COVID-19 Survey Shows Independent Retailers Are Taking Serious Steps to Prevent Spread of Disease
Follow-up results show that more retailers are implementing measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus — and investing in their digital platforms.
The latest coronavirus updates on areas where known restrictions are in place and information for state and local authorities are available.
Nationwide Marketing Group is actively collecting and updating this coronavirus live blog with the latest resources for independent retail business owners.
Independent Thinking Podcast episodes with members, vendor partners, and Nationwide team members that dive into the COVID-19 crisis. Be sure to subscribe to Nationwide Marketing Group’s podcast to catch all of the latest episodes.
23: How Chat Became a Game Changer for Don’s TV During the Coronavirus Crisis
21: John Riddle on Howard's Retail Strategy in the Age of COVID-19
19: How Orsini’s Has Stayed Afloat During the Coronavirus Crisis
18: Checking In On the State of Furniture & Bedding with Jeff Rose
The tools and resources in the Back to Business Hub are intended to be used as templates for independent retailers. Although they have been vetted by employment attorneys, they are not to be considered legal documents.