Alle publicaties van Pol De Jong . Amsterdam , Nederland
The City of Amsterdam, The Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, The New York National Guard and the Montgomery County Emergency Management Office have collaborated to help the needy people of the city in the pandemic. At the time of crisis, they have organized a food distribution event on Friday, April 24, in the Veteran's Field of Amsterdam.
The event, which is proposed to help the starting citizens of the city, will start at 9:30 am. People are requested to come at 9:30 am and after that to get the food. The guidelines to slow down the infection of COVID-19 will be strictly followed in the occasion. The food distribution site will be located in the upper parking lot on the Locust Ave side of the field.
Amsterdam is known as a hub of denim innovation in the globe. House of Denim of the city has initiated a program to make its product circular and compete for the denim global market. It has started a denim school in Sao Paulo this year to render education about jeans and denim fabrication. Moreover, the organisation is also working to set up guidelines to make the supply chain of denim endurable.
House of Denim Foundation co-founder James Veenhoff has proposed a way which can help the buyers to get the better denim. He offered the concept of certification of denim so that consumers get authentic products.
Over 1.2 million people are struggling in different ways due to coronavirus outbreak across the world. Many countries imposed stay at home orders and closed non-essential businesses strictly to combat the spread of COVID-19. With the restrictions and precautionary measures, many people lost their jobs and sources of earning. The United States had registered the biggest loss of economy in March 2020. The negativity is spreading by several lays off in the country. Eight startups of Amsterdam balance recession period at this time of crisis.
Adriaan Mol, the founder of Mollie, has reported that his company is still hiring to hell jobless people in coronavirus epidemic. The other startups who are hiring in the country are Polarsteps, Backbase, MessageBird, Picnic, Adyen, Ohpen and Catawiki. The founders of these companies have confirmed that they have opened positions for their enterprises.