Denver company launches new electric vehicles to solve foodservice challenges this fall

Gallery E Vehicles help food, beverage and merchandising operators bring their products directly to consumers. The environmentally friendly, cost-effective, fully customizable light duty vehicles are the latest in Gallery’s line-up of innovative products being used in venues across the country, from major NFL stadiums to colleges and universities, conference centers, airports and malls.

Launching a Business During a Pandemic

On the eve of launching their new business, coronavirus hit America. All of their conversations with retail distributors ground to a halt. The launch party was cancelled. Packaging suppliers were shut down and logistics became a challenge. To outsiders it may have seemed like the time to throw in the towel, or at least delay the launch. But they didn’t, for these three reasons.

Taking a customer-first service approach during unprecedented times

The 2020 KPMG U.S. Customer Experience Excellence (CEE) report, which identifies the top performing brands and industries in terms of customer experience based on a survey, utilizes Six Pillars of experience that explain how companies navigated the new environment and how they performed in terms of customer experience. Organizations that master the Six Pillars grow more quickly, manage costs better, and make people happier.

What you need to know about the Small Business Reorganization Act Of 2019

Bankruptcy filings are on the rise, and many eligible debtors are opting to file under the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (SBRA), a new fast-track bankruptcy option that alters creditors’ rights in certain Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. The SBRA became effective in February 2020 and is quickly becoming an important tool for debtors in bankruptcy as the effects of COVID-19 are felt across the country.

What to do when unemployment benefits expire

The money from the CARES Act has provided a much-needed lifeline to the tens of millions of Americans who have found themselves unemployed due to COVID-19. While new additional aid may come as a result of the executive memorandum signed by the President earlier this month, it won’t be available indefinitely, which begs the question: What do you do when your unemployment benefits are drastically reduced or eliminated?