As the COVID-19 pandemic presents its own unique challenges, businesses from retail to restaurants have faced an acceleration of problems that already existed.
After a year of continuous disruption, it’s time to think about what might be left here.
“There are several things we’re likely to see continue beyond the pandemic,” said Brittany Quick-Warner, CEO and President of the Eugene Region Chamber of Commerce.
The handling of COVID-19 has accelerated the process for many retailers to establish a better online presence, forced restaurants to accept eating out in the particular climate of the Willamette Valley, and created new levels of accessibility through the use of technology, explained Quick-Warner.
“There is innovation in all areas right now,” she said. “A lot of…
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