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In this episode of The 411 Live, we are joined by Lisa Caesar, COO of Nō Studios, and Antoi Johns, owner of Transcending Spa & Salon.
The pain and uncertainty of the impact of the coronavirus on small business owners are shocking and likely to be substantial. The impact varies by type of business, with these three categories most affected: personal service, hospitality, and retail. There will be a new normal, where people learn to do business in different ways. We talk to Lisa Caesar, COO of Nō Studios, and Antoi Johns, owner of Transcending Spa & Salon about how they had to reevaluate their services and business models to survive the Safer at Home order. Just like a number of small businesses, they have discovered just how creative they could be and have taken advantage of the new opportunities and services that they can offer. This is The 411 Live. Real People. Real Talk.
Lisa Caesar – COO of Nō Studios
1037 West McKinley Avenue,
Milwaukee, WI 53205
Telephone: (414) 226-6516
Antoi Johns – Owner of Transcending Spa & Salon
Transcending Spa & Salon
1935 W Silver Spring Dr #5
Milwaukee, WI 53209
Link to the current number of cases for COVID-19 in Milwaukee County – Milwaukee County COVID-19 Dashboard (Data currently is refreshed daily at 7:30am and 2:30pm)
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