Businesses in Dunwoody appear to be recovering slowly but surely from the economic downturn incurred by the world pandemic, according to several key indicators.
Roswell residents Jackie Blyth-Gottlieb and Mark Gottlieb have found their niche after opening a business that changes the office landscape.
A Roswell dance studio had to reinvent itself during the pandemic. It closed until July and teachers and dancers shifted to virtual classes, recorded recital dances, and using Zoom for every class.
Name of Business: Monkee’s of Alpharetta
Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch last week gave the Rotary Club of Dunwoody an update on the impact of the pandemic on the city and upcoming changes and additions to opportunities to live, dine, work, shop and hike in the city today and in the years ahead.
A year after the global pandemic forced businesses to close their doors, Gov. Brian Kemp says he remains committed to supporting small businesses.
The COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the restaurant industry, but a little over a year after restaurants were forced to close dining rooms, a local, family-owned restaurant group is bouncing back.