As social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic encourages more people to stay at home, adapting your food and drinks offerings to accommodate pickup and delivery can attract more customers and help open up a new revenue stream.
Learn how local businesses are pivoting their approach and transforming their businesses in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID has brought many small business owners across Canada to the brink of closing up shop for good. Community leaders discuss the future of small business in Canada, how owners can adapt, and other tips for fellow entrepreneurs.
We partnered with Nextdoor Canada on a webinar series featuring conversations with business owners and industry experts. Hear how they have harnessed power of the neighbourhood to support and grow their businesses.
The pandemic has turned everybody into a homebody. To give you insight into the trending products you might want to sell, we combed through Square data to identify the comfort items shoppers are buying more of.
Employee scheduling may be harder because of COVID-19, so it’s important to get strategic about your team’s schedules. Here are some employee scheduling techniques for unpredictable times.
Jane integrated with Square to provide clinics a seamless and safer point of sale checkout experience.
Are you ready for the e-commerce tidal wave?
Offering a range of payment options improves your clinic’s cash flow and leads to satisfied clients.
Square joins Digital Main Street to provide tools and resources to all types of small businesses to modernize their operations, helping them to rebuild by creating new ways of doing business.
Customer demand is fluctuating as businesses reopen. Use these operational tips to help you keep up with increased customer demand.
As consumers embrace multiple channels this holiday season, sellers need to meet their customers where they are with a clear omnichannel retail strategy.
Safety measures you can put into place today to protect your employees and customers.
Learn how to sell and accept payments online without a website.
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused many small businesses to close their doors, but there will be a day when you can reopen. Here are steps you can take to prepare to reopen.
Whether you sell clothes or candles, bicycles or barbecue sauce, you can adapt to the current situation with these tips and resources.
We’ve compiled tips for managing your business – whether you provide blowouts, massage therapy, personal training, tutoring, tax support, home repairs, manicures or cleaning services.
Here’s how to seamlessly make the shift to delivery.