Automotive
Hyundai’s New Elantra Reveal Reduced to Livestream Launch
In a common trend within the industry, of what was originally intended to be a highly publicized Hollywood event, attended by hundreds of media and influencers was shifted into a livestream on Tuesday night. Following the trend of the Geneva auto show that had a similar situation two weeks ago due to the widespread outbreak of the coronavirus. Broadcasted around the world, about 5,300 viewers tuned in for the global debut of the latest version of the compact sedan.
 
Retail
Best Buy Takes Advantage of the Work-from-Home Movement
There certainly aren’t many positives that have resulted from the recent seclusion effects of the coronavirus outbreak sweeping the nation. But Best Buy has used this time to help those that are still putting in the time and effort to keep productivity high and maintain their daily work schedule. With more and more companies telling employers to work from home, the essentials such as keyboards, monitors, webcams, and laptops will certainly become a hot commodity. As social distancing becomes the norm in the following days & weeks ahead, more products focused around the home will undoubtedly begin to rise as well.
 
Airline
In Recognition of Excellence, CVG Airport Receives Top Award for Customer Experience
The airline industry has been in limbo these past few weeks, and undoubtedly taking a financial hit with each passing day. As customers all over the world have resultingly stopped flying in efforts to social distance and avoid interacting with the general public. But on the more positive side, something that all airlines & airports across the world strive to maintain, is their practice of ensuring a great customer experience and satisfaction. ASQ (Airport Service Quality) has awarded Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) the prestigious recognition in maintaining great customer experience across 34 key performances.
 
 
 
Restaurant
DiBella’s Subs Takes Initiative by Launching Community Support Plan
In an effort to support and assist all the communities in which they operate, DiBella’s will cut prices in half for first responders, healthcare workers and active military, and donate 50 percent of all regular sales to community food banks. As well as waiving delivery fees for all orders over $15 placed through their website. The overall goal is to help “those who need us the most who are working hard to keep us all safe. We have to band together and take care of each other” says Peter Fox, President of DiBella’s Subs.
 
Finance
Bank of America Commits $100M to Support Affected Communities Around the Globe
Determined to make a difference and support local communities in need as the world faces unprecedented challenges from the coronavirus, Bank of America commits $100M. The funds will help increase medical response capacity, address food insecurity, increase access to learning as a result of school closures, and provide support to the world’s most vulnerable populations. “We must all work together as one global community – public and private sectors, as well as individuals – to address this healthcare and humanitarian crisis,” said Brian Moynihan, chairman and CEO of Bank of America. Countries around the globe are bridged by our intertwined communities, and during this troubling time the efforts from larger companies and corporations will certainly facilitate the needs of all individuals feeling the wrath of this situation. A multitude of companies and leaders throughout the world will certainly follow trend, coming together for a common cause.

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