Sacramento businesses continue to adapt and recalculate as COVID-19 evolves.
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many entrepreneurs feel reasons for hope, both for their companies and the world at large.
Comstock’s has been following four businesses in Sacramento since March to see how they’re faring amid the pandemic. Here’s how they stand now.
The pandemic hurt the small businesses that make up Little Saigon’s microeconomy, but business owners and their customers are hanging on.
Not only have Black Americans suffered more from COVID-19 infections and deaths, but Black-owned businesses were hit the hardest due to the shutdown.
More than any other vice presidential contender in a generation, Kamala Harris’ biography is singularly Californian. Here are eight ways that California shaped Kamala Harris and that Harris has shaped California.
The Capital Region is home to about 60 coworking spaces, which have all been tasked with figuring out how to navigate a pandemic.
The pandemic has revealed how manufacturers can pivot and innovate quickly to make needed products, keeping the critical supply chain going.
When there is change in consumer behavior, there are also opportunities for entrepreneurs with vision, access to capital and the skill to implement successfully.
Developers are working to strengthen the Capital Region’s competitive advantages and redefine its value proposition for businesses looking to move or expand.