Business Unusual: Floral Designer’s Campaign for Black Residents Made Hearts Open and Business Blossom
Oakland's Ariana Marbley created an opportunity for anyone to give a flower to Black locals in her community to remind them that they’re supported, loved, and appreciated.
Kid’s Dream quickly shifted from creating special occasion girls’ dresses to items that everyone suddenly needed — face masks.
The SnapBar had to put their photo booth services on hold due to COVID-19. Now, they’re selling curated gift boxes with products from local vendors and supporting small businesses across the U.S.
Advanced Pest Control — which normally deals with rodents, bats, and insects — incorporated high-level disinfection packages to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in homes and businesses.
“When I opened the shop, my intention was to choose books that inspire kids and their families to be brave and kind, and that plays itself out in many ways."
Portland, Oregon’s Shine Distillery & Grill’s in-house distilling ingredient — ethyl alcohol — helped save the day for the young operation during COVID-19.