As the news surrounding the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, our team at blumshapiro is staying focused on answering the local business community’s most pressing questions.
As the news surrounding the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, our team at blumshapiro is staying focused on answering the local business community’s most pressing questions. Get the latest information and resources by clicking here.
Businesses operating in the hospitality and food & beverage industries have been thrust into the great unknown amid the extraordinary disruption caused by the global outbreak of COVID-19. To assist in navigating these turbulent times, our team of industry experts have created and compiled several resources to help your organization tackle these challenges.
You can find our full suite of resources, webinars, fact sheets and analysis related to the food & beverage industry on our website by clicking here. For this article, though, we just want to direct you to a wide range of hospitality-focused resources across the New England region.
There’s no getting around it: Social distancing and disinfection policies will be a part of our day-to-day lives for the foreseeable future. Even when restaurants and hotels are permitted to reopen and start regaining some sense of normalcy, maintaining a spotlessly clean and socially distant environment is going to be crucial.
Here are a few resources that outline best practices for cleaning and disinfecting your workspace, as well as state policies on mandatory equipment such as face coverings and gloves.
The restrictions brought on by this public health crisis have created an extraordinary challenge for restaurants, hotels and other hospitality businesses. Many businesses around New England and across the country have been forced to get creative and completely rethink their revenue streams.
From setting your restaurant up for online ordering to staying in touch with your customers, here are a few resources to help you maintain your presence in this (temporary) “new normal.”
Federal, state and local government leaders – as well as professional associations, philanthropic foundations and other groups – are all rolling out loan programs, grant opportunities and other forms of financial relief options on a seemingly constant basis.
Our best piece of advice is to contact your financial advisor to develop a plan that works for you. In the meantime, here are a few resources that may help start that process.
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