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StartupNation Radio Exclusive: How Small Businesses Can Survive COVID-19

On this episode of StartupNation Radio, Jeff is joined by co-host Matt Damman, CEO of Commando Lock. Together, the two discuss how small businesses can survive the COVID-19 pandemic, with the help of several special guests.

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Additional guests include Norm Pappas, president and CEO of Pappas Financial, who has over 40 years of experience advising business owners on financial matters. On the show, Norm provides tips for operating your business in such trying times.

We’re also joined by Steve Krasnick, founder and CEO of Huntington Technology, who provides tips on remaining productive (and safe) when working from home. Additionally, Megan Wright, Strategic Partnership Account Executive of Dell Technologies, joins the conversation to discuss hardware options Dell is making available in order to support small business owners and entrepreneurs while working from home.

Lastly, Jeff introduces NeedAnything, an app that is thriving during the chaos. Project lead, Julie Sloan, discusses how the app is an excellent tool to get your shopping done while also assisting those around you and limiting your trips to the store.

Tune in to the full episode below: 

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