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Michigan small businesses are struggling to adapt to the new business model that is a result of Covid-19, reports Crain’s Detroit Business. 

Monica Wheat was slightly ahead of the curve. The afternoon of Friday, March 6, Wheat, the executive director and co-founder of Detroit-based startup economy consulting firm Venture Catalysts, learned that the annual South by Southwest tech and music festival in Austin, Texas, had fallen victim to concerns of spreading COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus

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