COVID-19

Mar 03, 2020

CONVID-19 for businesses. Please find the newsletter attached.

 

For now, we want to encourage clients who are experiencing the following concerns to reach out directly to our office or their primary business advisor:

  • Supply chain disruption and liability
  • Questions or concerns about the implications of tariffs
  • Technology plans for setting up remote work stations for employees
  • Concerns about cashflow during disruption
  • Concerns about credit and finance issues

Newsletter:

While we do not want to cause undo panic, we do feel it is important to be informed and prepared. The CDC interim guide that is mentioned in the e-blast and is now on our website is full of helpful information.

Our thoughts are with all who have been impacted by the recent outbreak of COVID-19. As business owners and leaders it is important to remain informed and prepared as this outbreak continues to impact our local and global communities.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have released interim guidance for businesses to reduce risk and mitigate potential threats to workers and productivity. Fore more information, please follow this link to their guide.

We encourage all to remain safe and alert by following the precautions listed.
https://edcollaborative.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Corona-Virus-

Guidance-for-Businesses-and-Employers-From-CDC.pdf
For businesses that have experienced the following, our SBDC Advisors can
assist providing guidance during this time. Supply chain disruption and liability Questions or concerns about the implications of tariffs
Technology plans for setting up remote work stations for employees. Concerns about cashflow during disruption. Concerns about credit and finance issues. Please contact our office at 805.409.9159 to request assistance.

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