GREATER SUDBURY, May 25, 2020 – Following the province’s progress to stage one of reopening, many local businesses have turned their attention to the resources they need to recover and reopen their storefronts safely. In response, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has launched a Recovery database to assist local businesses with reopening safely. The database lists local suppliers of necessary equipment, including barriers, shields, office cleaning, personal protective equipment, signing and other resources.
“Our top priority during this pandemic has been to be a valuable resource for our members and for local businesses,” said Bryan Welsh, Chair of the Board of Directors. “We hope that our recovery database will not only assist businesses with reopening safely, but also be a means of supporting local suppliers. We urge our members to first consider local suppliers when looking to buy the materials they need to reopen their storefronts.”
Chamber members and others can access the database on the chamber’s website at: https://sudburychamber.ca/covid-19-recovery/.
Local businesses who supply relevant products or services are encouraged to contact the chamber for inclusion on the chamber’s recovery database. As the business community progresses towards recovery, the chamber will continue to monitor the needs of its members and local businesses and assist as necessary.