The Studio – B&H Adapts Business Plans During Coronavirus Outbreak
CEO Menashe Horowitz and the team at The Studio – B&H has published a statement regarding the current coronavirus situation and how they are moving forward:
B&H has always been made special by people – our employees and our customers — and the relationships we have built over 47 years. With the spread of this pandemic, we want you to know that there is no higher priority for us than the safety of our team and community.
As a result, we’ve decided to temporarily close the B&H New York City SuperStore from Monday March 16th through Saturday March 28th. Our main focus is to keep you and every member of our team feeling safe, healthy, and supported during these difficult times.
Actions we are taking:
- Closely following guidelines from the CDC and other public health agencies, as well as guidelines from the city, state, and federal government
- Paying and providing all benefits to affected store employees through 3/28
- Implementing a work from home protocol for our office employees beginning on 3/17
- Taking aggressive steps to minimize risk at our warehouses
Our online and telephone channels as well as store pickup of online orders remain open for business as usual, which will continue as long as we can do so safely. Our sales and customer service teams are available to answer your questions via phone, email, or chat (though likely they will be working from home). You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To our Corporate, Government, and Education B2B customers: all of our e-Procurement portals are fully operational.
Please reach out to us if you have concerns or questions we can help with. And as always, thank you for your support and trust in B&H as we navigate these challenging times together.