From monthly archives: September 2020

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Using Our Products to Keep Customers Safe During the Pandemic

Like most businesses, the chances are high that you’ve had to change how your business operates in the face of the world’s uncertainty. Businesses everywhere have had to invest in new supplies and protective equipment, alter their layouts and hours of operation, and reevaluate their entire business model and how they serve their customers. Chances are, you’ve had to do all of these things to keep your business afloat during these times. At Cottage Corporation, we’ve seen our clients everywhere drop everything to accommodate and protect customers. We’ve started manufacturing large quantities of personal protective equipment, dividers, organization items, and other safety materials. When you’re looking for either large or small amounts of custom plastic equipment to keep your employees and customers safe and healthy, Cottage Corporation has what you need. Here, our experts will discuss more.

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Store Layout Ideas During the Pandemic

In recent months, most businesses have had to reevaluate their layout, safety precautions, and overall operation. The global pandemic has changed the way we do things for nearly everything, and that includes retail businesses, like yours. The chances are high that you’ve had to invest significant funds into personal protective equipment (PPE) and other safety measures. How do you assess your store(s) to determine if you need to change layouts or take other measures to ensure safety for your customers and employees? It starts with assessing your layout before matching that up with safety guidelines and investing in the necessary changes. A large part of this will involve changing the traffic flow of your business. Here, our plastic design and fabrication experts at Cottage Corporation will discuss layout ideas for you to consider.

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