WATCH: Colorado Economy: Business Survival


April 2, 2020

Uncertainty about how long many businesses will be closed and the inability to plan for the future has many communities concerned about both short term and long-term economic stability and the ability of many small businesses to survive.

On April 1, John Ferrugia spoke with leaders of several business associations to assess the statewide economic outlook. While the consensus is that the Colorado economy was strong going into the COVID-19 crisis, and the Colorado economy will be able to bounce back quickly, in the short-term many small businesses might not make it.

Watch on Rocky Mountain PBS

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