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ISSN Approved Journal No: 2456-3315 | Impact factor: 8.14 | ESTD Year: 2016
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Authors Name: Dr. Fatema Khatun , Umme Sabiha Tonu
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI2211092
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 11, November-2022
Abstract: This study's primary goal is to examine how small businesses fared both during and after the Corona outbreak-related lockdown. This study also looks at the potential for small businesses in the future from the owner's perspective. The investigation was carried out in Sylhet's Jindabazar and Modina Market neighborhoods. Both in-depth interviews and survey questions served as the foundation for this study's quantitative and qualitative components, respectively. Due to a lack of interested volunteers, convenience sampling was used to acquire the data. Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) version 28.0.0 was used to do percentage analysis on quantitative data. Additionally, thematic analysis was used to examine qualitative data. Tabulation, charts, and figures were used to display the results that were created.Based on actual data gathered in 2021, the study's conclusions indicate that the majority of the difficulties and obstacles experienced by small businesses during lockdown were related to a lack of money, a lack of workers, workplace health hazards, a lack of customers, etc. Small businesses are presently rebounding from their decline during the lockdown, although it continued to have an impact in some areas long after the ban was lifted. These provocations include a labor shortage, financial insecurity, and an increase in commodities prices. Findings also imply that starting businesses and stores online may be a fresh way to combat the economic downturn. The results of this study also show that respondents hope to get government aid for further growth.
Keywords: Lockdown, Small Enterprise, COVID-19, Pandemic, Economy, Employee Satisfaction, Opportunity
Cite Article: "CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF SMALL ENTERPRISE DURING LOCKDOWN AND POST-LOCKDOWN SITUATION IN SYLHET: A COMPARA-TIVE SCENARIO ANALYSIS", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 11, page no.646 - 660, November-2022, Available :
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