How the Pandemic Unleashed a New Wave of Small Business Entrepreneurs


The coronavirus pandemic has spurred economic upheaval at unprecedented rates. Unemployment rates are at a record high.

Here at Azlo, a banking platform for freelancers, entrepreneurs, and small business owners, we saw a noticeable uptick in new account openings from the middle of March this year. We set out to find the reasons why.

In this report, we look at COVID-born small businesses: the impact of the pandemic, the profile of a small business launched during the last few months, and emerging trends among small businesses. We hope you find the information and insights illuminating — and perhaps even spark optimism — in this strange, new world of the COVID economy.

Download the full report here: COVID-19: A Surprise Driver of Small Business Growth


Hi there! This post exists to offer you (hopefully) useful information and insights, but it cannot take the place of personalized professional advice. Please consult a qualified expert if you have questions about your business. Also, Azlo doesn’t endorse any third-party sites that are linked here.

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