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America’s businesses are working together – serving, innovating, and connecting – to deliver unforgettable moments and experiences during important moments throughout the year.
America is powered by businesses. From the smallest startups to the biggest brands, American businesses of every size and industry go above and beyond every day to support their employees, serve their customers, and create experiences that drive economic growth. Brought to You By American Business highlights how businesses bring important cultural and sporting events to life, creating economic growth and unforgettable moments.
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South LA Café had just opened in 2019, and revenue was growing every month, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020 and sales dropped by 50%.
A recent $1 billion investment is aimed at stimulating the economy, sustainable innovations, and supporting job creation.
Lauren Chan, founder and CEO of New York-based clothing brand Henning, aims to make the lives of women marginalized by fashion better.
Synchrony this year expanded its digital tools for safe, socially distant payment processes, while funding grants for communities in need.
Many may view the waste streams generated by the clothing industry as a purely environmental problem, but one business sees it differently.
More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic the rollout of vaccines has taken center stage, but the rapid tests that have been developed to determine who is infected remain critical to reducing the spread and beating the pandemic.
Stanley Black & Decker is thinking outside the box and ensuring the latest innovations are being used to fight COVID-19.
Building Momentum in Alexandria, Virginia is offering ready-to-build desks free of charge to anyone in the community who wants one.
Tactics for keeping its workforce safe include augmented reality, thermal cameras, and on-site testing.
On December 14 the first shots of the vaccine were given to the American public.