How Instawork helps activewear company DUER get more done
Between factors like seasonality and delays, logistics has always been a highly variable field. But when COVID-19 arrived, things became even more unpredictable — especially for quickly-growing businesses like DUER, a Vancouver-based company that makes activewear that balances everyday style with athletic performance.
[Case study] Instawork Pros become part of the Half Moon Bay Golf Links family
For hospitality businesses, the COVID-19 pandemic brought a plummet in demand that stayed for months. But thanks to their sprawling seaside location, Half Moon Bay Golf Links — a world-class resort known for their two acclaimed golf courses — served as a safe and luxurious escape. As a result, they began to recover before many other businesses.
[Case study] AE&ES rebuilds their events business with a flexible labor force
Gary Bordman, owner and Chief Interactive Designer of Amusement, Exhibit & Event Services (or AE&ES), takes fun seriously. In addition to having grown up in the carnival industry, he’s been providing game and amusement experiences for events, conventions, trade shows, meetings, and more for over 20 years.
Road to recovery: pandemic pies with Danny Stoller of Square Pie Guys
Nine months after opening their first brick and mortar restaurant in 2020, Danny Stoller and Marc Schechter, better known as the “Square Pie Guys,” were set to release their new spring menu. The following week, San Francisco went into shelter-in-place, and they had to adjust to the new reality.
Road to recovery: resetting standards with the Chef at Whim Hospitality
Chef Jesse Genovese of Whim Hospitality on resetting norms and all the new paths that presented itself. His story honors the creative wanderlust of dishes in the most impressive kitchens in Hawaii, Spain, London and Los Angeles before settling in Austin at Whim.