As we’ve been watching the developments with COVID-19 around the world, we are thinking of those being most affected by the current health crisis. The disruption in all facets of life by this novel coronavirus is far-reaching and rapidly changing. We wanted to assure our clients and friends that, despite the disruption, we are still here for you, to brainstorm, to work or even just to chat. 

We’re open.
How fortunate we feel to be able to continue working at full capacity. Because we have always worked remotely, we have no trouble keeping our projects moving during shelter in place orders and travel bans. Our goal is to help you keep moving forward in the marketplace, and we will continue to support you to both start, maintain, field and complete any projects to meet your needs.

We’re virtual.
Following health directives from all levels, we are not traveling at this time. Luckily, we have a variety of different virtual tools in our toolbox that enable us to maintain the quality of our work and to get to the insights you need most. We can also set up virtual calls or meetings so we can still be face-to-face. In a time when we all might be feeling a bit isolated, we would love to connect and are here to help with whatever you need—from a call just to say hello, to a brainstorm on how to help your brand navigate what’s happening. 

We’re ready to help.
We are in an unprecedented time, but are working hard to keep abreast of relevant developments in culture, in the marketplace and in the industries of the brands and companies we serve. As of now, we are operating on all of our previously agreed upon schedules and, as things evolve, we will work together with you to optimize timing, planning and other aspects for any upcoming projects. 

To help mitigate the strain on those most affected, we are making contributions in our hometowns to benefit families in need at this time. Please consider visiting these resources and donating what you can: Feeding America and No Kid Hungry. To get the latest on the pandemic itself, the World Health Organization has the most up-to-date information, as well as the Center for Disease Control

Please take care of yourselves during this time and don’t hesitate to reach out if we can support you in any way.

All the best,
Kathryn + Linda