Saratoga Springs, NY – Strategic Response Initiatives (SRI) recently announced the launch of a small business support program aimed at helping these businesses reopen safely in response to COVID-19.
SRI’s reopening kits include strategic guidance and access to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supplies. This new program from SRI is supported by the ReWire Group, Upstate New York Black Chamber of Commerce, the Capital Region Chamber of Commerce, and the Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region, a nonprofit CDFI serving the Capital Region of New York State.
As businesses begin the challenging reopening process, many feel overwhelmed by the regulations being handed down in support of public health and may not know where to turn. SRI blends its deep expertise in disaster response and strategic operations with an unmatched inventory and procurement system, allowing for small businesses to plan and buy like a large corporation.
SRI CEO Robert Domenici said, “In times like this, we often hear the phrase, ‘we’re all in this together.’ I’ve been in some of the toughest scenarios an organization can imagine, and without strategic support and a nimble team, even the best organization can come up short. Providing that support and agility is where SRI best supports customers.”
SRI’s Small Business Reopening Kits offer a variety of options for businesses of different sizes, and as an added bonus, proceeds of sales from larger company transactions are being applied to theSmall Business Recovery Kits, by way of donated and discounted kits. The Kit components will be sourced through access to large PPE inventory from SRI’s suppliers and with interchangeable offerings consisting of:
- face masks including N95;
- body protection and isolation gowns;
- head coverings;
- hand and surface sanitizers;
- guidance on signage;
- a reopening checklist;
- ongoing best practices; and
- instructions on how to keep employees and patrons safe.
For more information on these small business reopening packages or any of SRI’s offerings, visit www.strategicri.com.
Timothy Dunn, Dunn Strategy Group