Election uncertainty ebbs, but small-business owners only cautiously hopeful on vaccine news
PA Member & small business owner Olivia vonNieda is interviewed for this piece in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
"Olivia vonNieda, CEO of start-up Jova Coffee Co., is relieved that the uncertainty of the election is over.
“There is obviously polarization about the outcome," she said. "Some folks are happy; others are disappointed,” said vonNieda, an Ephrata, Pa., native and cofounder of Jova Coffee, a cold-brew start-up based in Lancaster County.
She was among hundreds of business executives and entrepreneurs from small to large companies who signed a “Leadership Now” open letter calling for patience during and after the elections. These business leaders wanted to promote civility among employees, communities, and the American people, according to the Leadership Now Project."
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