WSB-TV reports: Governor Brian Kemp issued a new executive order on Tuesday that changes the rules for some businesses already closed because of COVID-19, allows some businesses to add new customers and keeps other businesses closed for several more weeks.
Watch a recording of our Coffee & Commerce session featuring Keith Parker, President and CEO of Goodwill of North Georgia, and sponsored by Parrish Construction Group.
“Ready, Set, OPEN! A Smart Conversation About Recovery” is a webinar geared toward giving our business community members the information they need as they look toward safely restarting their operations. On May 1, 2020, our all-star panel discussed re-opening business in Georgia, providing insights and important steps that lead to recovery.
As Alpharetta businesses work to meet State requirements to reopen and begin serving customers, one of the biggest challenges for restaurants and retail shops is having enough space to meet social distancing requirements.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports: Gov. Brian Kemp will lift a statewide shelter-in-place order for most of Georgia’s 10.6 million residents starting Friday as he continues to roll back coronavirus restrictions, though he urged Georgians to stay at home when possible to contain the pandemic.
Join the Alpharetta Chamber of Commerce this Friday at 1 p.m. as an all-star panel discusses re-opening business in Georgia, providing insights and important steps that lead to recovery.
In its latest newsletter, the City of Alpharetta offered useful information for businesses facing economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, including:
Read below for Gov. Kemp’s executive order explaining which businesses can reopen, measures for mitigating the spread of COVID-19, and best practices for religious services.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports: Gov. Brian Kemp outlined plans Monday to allow some businesses shuttered amid the coronavirus pandemic to reopen by the end of the week, as he starts to ease restrictions that have ravaged the state’s economy to stem the spread of the disease.
Michael Gordy of Country Financial talks about how his work and interaction with customers has changed since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.