The Future of Brick and Mortar - TMZ Live

The pandemic has hit a lot of businesses hard, especially brick and mortar stores. These businesses are having to adapt to a new reality, and they’re having to adapt fast! We can see this shift with the rise of online ordering from restaurants and delivery services. 

In this TMZ LIVE segment, we also talked about my new partnership with Lowes to uplift minority business owners, including black, LGBTQ, female, and veteran entrepreneurs. 

If you want to learn more about how businesses are pivoting during the pandemic, this video is for you!

Keep scrolling for links and show notes...


Show Notes:

1:05 - 2:12 - How are restaurants pivoting during COVID?
2:13 - 3:20 - Long-term financial commitments and the shifting of wealth
3:22 - 4:12 - Where is the hole in the market right now?
4:13 - 5:25 - Daymond’s partnership with Lowe’s: opportunities for minority business owners


Daymond John Quote: A lot of these restaurant owners are finding ways to reassess how much space they need or even if they need a brick and mortar space. period.


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