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While we’ve all been anticipating what the “new normal” might look like post COVID-19, many commercial real estate investors in West Michigan are optimistic about opportunities ahead.  In the short-term, the focus will be on assisting existing tenants; however, wise investors can look forward to new real estate opportunities in a market that remains well positioned for long-term success.

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The current pandemic has forced us to redefine our work’s space, schedule, and processes. Bedrooms, living rooms, and unused corners of the basement have become our new offices. Kitchen counters, dining room tables, and pieces of plywood on sawhorses are our new desks. Our schedules have evolved as we try to rebalance work and family life without children heading to school. Even quick collaborations at the printer have been replaced with texts and Zoom meetings.

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When life and business get turned upside down, it's natural to go into "hunker down" mode. It's understandable to want to cut all expenses and anticipate the worst. None of us should feel bad about these very valid (and sometimes practical) reactions.

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Business as usual is anything but these days given the unprecedented challenges created by the COVID-19 crisis. Nonetheless, a number of technologies are enabling businesses to continue operating — even if it means working differently. The cloud is one of them. 

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Business has long been compared to Darwin's theory of evolution and "survival of the fittest.” This could not be more true in the face of a global economic recession. When business will return to "normal" is anyone's guess right now, and what will “normal" even look like? What we (H&S) believe to be a certainty, however, is that Darwin’s theory – “survival of the fittest" - will prevail. 

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A few months ago, you were fully engaged in running and building your business. Things were going well. Now all of a sudden, COVID-19 has shuttered and halted a large portion of our economy. “How am I going to survive,” is the question everyone is asking themselves.

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Real Time Hand Sanitizer + Skin Conditioner Business Survival Kits provide business and organizations with great prices on hand sanitizer from a reliable source.

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Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order (EO 2020-21) directs all Michigan businesses and entities to temporarily suspend in-person operations that are not necessary to sustain or protect life. In recent weeks, state and local law enforcement officials have begun to enforce the order against both individuals and businesses by showing up at businesses and asking questions and by stopping employees and others in transit and inquiring about the purpose or legitimacy of the person’s travel. Below is a list of best practices to keep in mind if you encounter law enforcement officials.

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The Paycheck Protection Program is a business relief program providing small business loans that are generally forgivable. Despite initial issues, more than 1.5 million applicants were approved for PPP loans, reaching the Program’s entire $350 billion budget in less than two weeks. There is a consensus that the Program will receive significant additional funding this week. 

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On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act (the “Act”). The purpose of the Act is to address the numerous areas impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including public health, business, economic, and others. This article discusses major impacts of the Act on health care providers and suppliers.

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