In 2020, Covid-19 completely altered the way that vendors and shoppers can engage. Now, Carrie Nardini, the founder of I Made It! Market and the Neighborhood Flea, is working towards ways to keep supporting artists and encouraging folks to shop small.
“One of the things we don’t do well as entrepreneurs is giving ourselves the grace to say, ‘This doesn’t have to be perfect,’ or, ‘I can give this to someone else and release some control,’” says Shannon Gregg. Four eforever members share how COVID-19 is reimagining their businesses and homes and how they’re ultimately giving themselves the grace to run both during COVID-19.
When Shawna Solomon styles professional women, she doesn’t just create their physical look—she fashions their whole brand. Shawna refines an image for her clients’ persona, helping them step fully into their confidence to earn the clients and income they desire.
With combined photography, writing, and graphic design services that enable artists to take off professionally, Porter Loves is a unique business that directly supports artists to build their businesses from the ground up, or refresh, retool, or rehash an existing business.
“There’s no one size fits all. When it comes to therapy, everybody’s experience is going to be different...and I like to get my client’s philosophy on how they think healing happens. While we may be the experts on the theory, they are the experts on their lives. So, we rely on their experiences to guide treatment," says Sharise Nance
With a crowdfunding campaign called Revival Relief, Jordan Robarge's employees are staying financially secure and providing complimentary, hot meals to medical personnel, other essential workers, and residents of Pittsburgh, Pa during the COVID-19 public health crisis.