Welcome to our Coping with Crisis in Business podcast series where I’ll be chatting with inspirig business owners that are pushing themselves and their businesses to survive and even thrive during this unimaginable, unprecedented and unpredictable COVID-19 crisis. While we will be focusing on COVID-19, much of what we talk about will apply to other types of crises as well.
This week I’m chatting with Sallie Miller and Gwen Gunheim of Miracle Plum neighborhood market / specialty food + bottle shop located in historic Railroad Square, in the heart of downtown Santa Rosa, California.
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