The coronavirus may have brought consumer-focused industries like hospitality and tourism to a halt, but it might be a great opportunity to grow for some in the marketplace.

“There are programs out there that would provide a cash infusion. There’s also much capital that’s sitting on the sidelines if you’re in a position where you want to buy a business, or potentially sell your business. So, those options still exist.” Brandon Gross, director with Dayton-based CPA and business advisory firm Flagel Huber Flagel

Despite the waning shift during the first quarter of 2020, and uptick may be on the horizon.

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Source: Dayton Business Journal – Jacob Fisher, July 7, 2020