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Small business owners are on the front lines against Covid-19

Digby Werthmuller

Two small business owners have started their own companies during a pandemic. MetroNews reporter, Digby Werthmuller, takes a look into the issues they are facing against Covid-19.

Small businesses generate 28% of New Zealand’s GDP and employ over 600,000 people, but they’re feeling the pain of the economic shock caused by COVID-19.

Wendy Randall and Brad Raven are two people that have taken the leap of starting a business during a pandemic.