The Greenville Chamber, City of Greenville and Greenville Area Development Corporation released results from a recent survey of over 300 Greenville-area businesses assessing their top needs and concerns as they reopen and return to the office. The results will be used by area organizations to guide and direct recovery efforts.
- 49% of woman and minority-owned businesses reported being worried about impacts and staying in businesses, compared to the overall average of 31%.
- Reported gross income was reduced by 45% in April.
- Nearly 50% of participants have received PPP funds.
- Safety is the number one concern as businesses reopen
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