COVID-19 AS A CATALYST FOR LONG-TERM ECONOMIC RESILIENCE
Though the pandemic disrupted life and the economy in unprecedented ways, it has provided us with an opportunity to better plan for economic disruptions in the future. Learn about what helped businesses in some Main Streets survive, or even thrive, during this time while others struggled. This session will also provide an overview of how local businesses were impacted throughout the pandemic and the regional resources available to spur and facilitate economic resiliency planning.
Jennifer Clinton | Community Development Planner, Cape Cod Commission
Jeff Levine | Lecturer of Economic Development and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology