June & January CEO explains her electric startup's pivot to survive coronavirus crisis

The Georgetown-based company, known for is comfortable children's apparel, went months without inventory after its Chinese suppliers shut down because of the pandemic. Questions over how the pandemic affects back-to-school sales — typically a huge boost to the company — mean planning for the rest of the year is up the air. So how has CEO Amy Richardson-Golia avoided any layoffs and found a new path forward?
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