As we all work to make it through what could be called one of the most troubling periods in modern history, there are those who walk among us that already are meeting these new challenges head-on. In particular, members of the Arizona Technology Council and others are rising to the occasion, even reinventing themselves in some cases to meet the needs of others struggling to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 crisis.
Phoenix Business Journal
Honeywell will open a new protective mask manufacturing facility in Phoenix and looks to hire up to 500 people to meet demand as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads throughout the United States.
The Business Journal’s staff members are experiencing the same feelings that you are. Most of our employees are working remotely from home, and for some of them it’s a strange adjustment while getting used to that odd feeling of lack, of separation from the office and home environment. But know that we are with you. More than ever, we know we need to give our loyal readers the unvarnished view of what the business community is going through.
You’ve no doubt had your fill of conjecture and fear from media coverage of the coronavirus. From the Centers for Disease Control to our own Gov. Doug Ducey, we’re getting the latest news on the few who are affected and what the vast majority of us should be doing to take care of ourselves. What gives me cause for confidence is knowing the solutions to this situation will come through innovation.