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5 Ways to Pivot Your Business During a Pandemic

How to adapt and survive during these uncertain times

Kelly Bertog
Apr 8, 2020 · 7 min read

1. Offer More

2. Offer Less

3. Solve a New Problem

4. Redefine Your Market

5. Update Your Business Model

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Kelly Bertog

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Entrepreneur obsessed with marketing, startups, and failure. Love non-alcoholic drinks and building YOURS to support non drinkers everywhere. www.SipYours.com

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