About 25 percent of small businesses are unable to reopen after a major disaster like Hurricane Harvey, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Institute for Business and Home Safety. Small businesses are at the heart of communities, bringing neighbors together and inspiring growth in local economies. As we look to the future, small businesses will need to support one another—as they already are finding the courage and resources to do so—in order to heal their community from this natural disaster.
For those impacted by the storm, here’s what NFIB and Huffington Post suggest to keep in mind:
Rebuilding after a record-breaking disaster will be tough; here's what small businesses can do to help.
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and the flooding in Houston and the surrounding areas, affected individuals and businesses are in desperate need of relief to recover and rebuild ...