As the pandemic recedes, small to mid-size companies, which bore the brunt of the lockdown, are set to face a new set of challenges: cope with the influx of migration out of the big cities. De-urbanization is not a new concept; however, in light of COVID-19, the debate has taken on new intensity.

In an article titled: “Deep Dive: How deurbanization has become more than a trending theory,” Kyle Campbell explains why this may complicate small business recovery ability post-pandemic. While the focus of the discussion is on private real estate developments, Campbell thinks other sectors are likely to be hit as well, which includes restaurants, travels, and hospitality services.

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