Q2 Earnings Round-Up Part 1: Signs Of Pandemic Recovery
Small-to-medium-sized companies launching their first or one of their only commercial products faced a particular difficult time during the pandemic. In the second quarter earnings calls, some of these SMEs are seeing momentum as the most serious COVID headwinds resolve but others are contending with ongoing challenges. [Check back tomorrow for Part 2 on companies experiencing continuing challenges.]
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