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August 14, 2022
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Two thirds of small businesses predict return to business as usual in 2021

There is real optimism amongst small businesses owners that their businesses will return to pre-COVID normality by the end of the year, claims Tide. In a study conducted amongst small business leaders (of up to 50 employees), over two thirds (64 percent) agreed it was likely that with the successful vaccine roll-out their businesses could get back to normal before the end of 2021. While small businesses are optimistic about the longer term, they are still facing extreme difficulty in the short-term. Only a quarter (26 percent) of small businesses expect to see their business’s income increase over the next…
Two thirds of small businesses predict return to business as usual in 2021

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