Pivot, plan, prep – and then pivot again.
That’s the approach Augusta-Richmond County is using to navigate 2020. The area started the year grappling with one challenge – though one that many communities would love to have now – as low unemployment prompted businesses and civic leaders to focus on workforce development. Now it’s in the middle of the opposite, embracing creative approaches to try to sustain small businesses as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on the economy.
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