The resilience of Dieppe businesses in the face of COVID-19!
This pandemic and confinement greatly affected the region’s business community. Fully hit by this pandemic were the accommodations/hotels sector, restaurants and many others.
Already considered very important in a business’ success, innovation was primordial during the COVID-19 crisis for their survival. The Dieppe business community persists and several have even stood out by showing creativity, despite this pandemic.
Well done to the companies that stood out this spring, here are a few.
Malley Industries knew how to take this pandemic situation as an opportunity. Concept development of a new product to permit separation within vehicles for the driver and passenger to respect the social distancing requirements.
Sequoia Dieppe and Malley Industries, and several companies, have stood out with their customers and their offered services during this pandemic; others have stood out by their generosity and by bringing positivity to our community. Here are a few businesses that have shown this generosity.
Cora Dieppe distributed 121 breakfast boxes in the Acadian peninsula, Baie-Ste-Anne and Greater Moncton regions.
During this difficult time, it is with great importance for businesses to continue to be creative and innovative in order to continue prospering and if able to, even give back to the community.
Together, we are stronger!
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