Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the vast majority of businesses in the Murraylands are optimistic about continuing on post-pandemic.
New data, released by Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland (RDAMR), reveals that 94% of businesses in the Murraylands and Riverland have remained open, or plan to re-open, once restrictions lift.
Most businesses have had to adapt drastically and set up online platforms to stay afloat during the pandemic including Murray Bridge retail outlet The Birch House and cafe Noti & Folk, both owned by Murray Bridge husband and wife duo Ray and Tania Long.
Joining Jennie Lenman in this podcast to discuss is RDAMR Chief Executive Ben Lee, followed by business-owner Ray Long.
This survey remains open, and RDAMR encourages all businesses to spend five minutes to participate– go to rdamr.com.au/wearehere.
Photo of Noti & Folk at top supplied by Ray Long.