From curbside pickup in Detroit and Kansas City, to cocktails-to-go in Denver and NYC, neighborhood small businesses have had to get creative to navigate these last 2 months of sheltering in place. And in the face of possibly losing their favorite local restaurants and mom and pop shops, communities have rallied together to support their favorite businesses with gift card purchases, Takeout Tuesdays and GoFundMe pages.
But as states begin to re-open, neighborhood businesses will need even more support and ongoing resources to get back on their feet.
Tatyana Mamut, Head of Product at Nextdoor, the leading online platform for neighborhoods, is sharing how vital local businesses are to thriving neighborhoods and walking us through Nextdoor’s new free tools designed to help business owners reach their neighbors and most loyal customers directly, allowing them to share their most current information like updates to hours, products, services and operations.
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