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At-home entrepreneurs explain how they launched and grew their businesses during quarantine

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Though many businesses have shuttered or gone bankrupt during the pandemic, another crop of entrepreneurs are seizing the moment to innovate and scale. 
Business Insider talked with entrepreneurs across the country to learn how they recovered from layoffs, started side-hustles, and ramped up their businesses during the pandemic — all from the comfort of their homes. 
They gave their top tips on staying organized, launching new products, and gaining customers. 
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Although the coronavirus pandemic has shuttered and bankrupted numerous businesses, it’s not an impossible time to start a brand new business or grow the one you have. Some of the greatest ideas came out of economic crises and there are many industries ripe to disruption as COVID-19 has accelerated pre-existing consumer trends. 

Business Insider talked to entrepreneurs across the country to learn how they recovered from layoffs, started side-hustles, and ramped up their businesses during the pandemic — all from their own living rooms and kitchens during quarantine.  See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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