You’ve seen the headlines and heard the reports: Brick-and-mortar businesses are struggling. 2020 hasn’t been kind to traditional retail models — malls and main streets have seen declining foot traffic for years, and the Coronavirus pandemic isn’t helping. So, what’s an aspiring business owner to do? Luckily, brick-and-mortar isn’t the end-all-be-all of business models. Instead
$160.3 billion dollars — that’s what Americans spent on e-commerce shopping in the first three months of 2020 alone. That number represents a 14.8 percent increase in e-commerce spending compared to the same period last year. Now, stop to think about how the novel coronavirus, Covid-19, has changed the way we interact in physical spaces.