Beyond stylish masks and video call creative clothing options, there are silver linings in this global pandemic cloud. As a small business leader, with the benefit of time and some reflection, there are tidbits to consider for the future.
Nobody liked Sarbanes-Oxley or COVID, but when was the last time your business did a complete risk assessment? Beyond reviewing insurance types and coverage, what business contingencies are you planning to mitigate?
As the pandemic gets more in the rearview mirror, there will be surviving market ramp-ups and new business opportunities that developed during the crisis. At a minimum, there will be new ways of approaching customers and different avenues for product or service development.
Vaccines are on the horizon and there are glimmers of light at this tunnel’s end. Start working now to speed up as you emerge into the sunlight!
Larry is an experienced Finance Executive, working primarily in manufacturing and distribution companies with between $200M and $1.5B in revenue. He has significant merger and acquisition experience coupled with business integration leadership.
His skills in international management, including commercial, operations, human resources and information technology make him a true asset to his clients. After recently adding small business ownership to his resume, he now has first-hand experience in a retail environment building a strong customer following and developing a strong team.
A Chicago native, he now lives in Naperville with his wife, and he has three adult children. On the rare occasion he finds free time, you can find him playing bass guitar or singing in a local cover band.
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