Businesses rise to Covid19 challenge

By Jennette Lees
Updated July 7 2020 - 10:33am, first published July 3 2020 - 4:37pm
TEAM EFFORT: Jak + Jill staff member Louise Kelly and co-owner Trish Hines back on deck in the store doing what they love - helping their customers to feel amazing in what they wear.
TEAM EFFORT: Jak + Jill staff member Louise Kelly and co-owner Trish Hines back on deck in the store doing what they love - helping their customers to feel amazing in what they wear.
WHATEVER IT TOOK: E'Claires owner Claire Black said when cafes were forced to shut down dining in, she took the opportunity to diversify her business.
WHATEVER IT TOOK: E'Claires owner Claire Black said when cafes were forced to shut down dining in, she took the opportunity to diversify her business.
NEW OPTIONS: Home delivered dinners and morning/afternoon tea direct to local households and businesses became the norm for E'Claires.
NEW OPTIONS: Home delivered dinners and morning/afternoon tea direct to local households and businesses became the norm for E'Claires.

With the government changing what businesses were allowed to do day by day early in the Covid19 pandemic, local business owners looked outside their usual practices to remain viable.

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