Question of the Week: How are Companies Adapting to Covid-19?
Last week, we asked companies how they’re adapting to the Covid-19 crisis. Here are answers from three executives named James:
“We’ve taken measures to stagger staff schedules, be compliant with CDC recommendations, and ensure social distancing. Any meetings are now done via virtual conferencing, and we are heavily refocusing all our efforts on developing online platforms for all our client needs.”
James Shih, Founder
“Design. Decide. Deliver. At Apothecanna we are having daily ’nerve center’ meetings to assess the situation and consider and choose plans of action, and execute those plans.”
James Kennedy, Founder
“We’re fortunate to be a Made in the USA company. All our products are manufactured domestically and our supply chains are almost fully domestic as well.
We’re in close communication with our supplier partners and manufacturing partners. We have plenty of available material and our partners are taking every precaution to stay safe, clean, and healthy.
In short, we’re fully stocked and we have short lead times – for now!”
James Eichner, Co-Founder and CSO
This week we’ll ask another big, obvious question: How is the crisis changing the industry?
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