As last year’s recession fades into the background, focus is shifting to what the rest of the recovery and subsequent expansion will look like in the quarters and years ahead. Uncertainty remains about how quickly America’s workforce can rebound after the jobs lost from the pandemic.
A surge in consumer spending is leading to higher prices and raising questions about how the Federal Reserve will adjust monetary policy in response. There are also key differences in the recovery and across geographic areas of the U.S. that represent both risks and opportunities for small businesses.
This webinar is a part of the National Small Business Week Virtual Summit, hosted by the U.S. Small Business Administration and SCORE.
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