Small Business in the News: December 9, 2020 Edition

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In an incredibly difficult year, entrepreneurs and small business owners have had to find ways to pivot and adapt. It has been a challenge, but also an opportunity. In this week’s roundup of small business news, we’re looking at some of the businesses that have successfully adapted to the new reality, as well as some of the practices and strategies you can adopt to tackle these challenges.

Google Introduces New Features for Small Business on Maps and Search (Small Business Trends)

When Your Company Has to Say Sorry, Here’s How to Do It Right (Businessweek)

How to Win Out in Saturated Markets Every Time (Entrepreneur)

How small-but-mighty founders can woo big-time investors (Fast Company)

The silver lining during the pandemic: You can flex your creativity muscles as an entrepreneur (USA Today)

8 Startup Essentials for the New Year (SmallBizClub)

15 Entrepreneurs Who Have Thrived During COVID (Worth)

Honoring the Companies Making a Positive Difference in an Extraordinary Year (Inc.)

Etsy Was a Twee Culture Punchline. Now It’s a Wall Street Darling (New York Times)

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