Small businesses adapt to survive the ongoing economic storm

01/15/2012 | Crain's New York Business

Economic troubles have encouraged small-business owners to modify their strategies to stay afloat. For example, after Debra Duneier's real estate business was shaken, she created EcoChi, which helps companies to incorporate feng shui, environmental psychology and sustainability principles in their interior designs. "I've learned that businesses that survive and thrive in a down economy are the ones that respond quickly," she said.

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