How our clients are reinventing the way they do business and helping our communities

How our clients are reinventing the way they do business and helping our communities

Idea Kraft TeamApr 20, 2020

At Idea Kraft, we’re proud to stand by our clients and we are inspired by the various ways they are helping to make a difference in our communities. This week, we want to highlight a few who have reinvented the way they do business and inspired us to give back.

Progressive Dental – Implementing Teledentistry

Progressive Dental, a leading dentistry provider in The Southern Tier and PA, has recently launched their teledentistry services. Progressive Dental saw the need for dental services but recognized the importance of staying at home. In response, Progressive Dental created a teledentistry service which securely provides clients with face to face emergency dental consultations. With the creation of this program, clients eliminate their trip to the ER by connecting with a doctor using their phone, tablet or computer.

Philosophically Built – Online Workouts!

While gyms and fitness centers across the nation are temporarily closed, many are using this downtime to exercise and get fit. Philosophically Built recognized their clients’ desire for at-home workouts and responded. In an effort to expand their businesses as well as offer clients more services, they have created daily online workout sessions. When owner and head trainer Blake Hickney is not busy with the renovation of his new location, he’s posting daily workout and yoga sessions online and making them available and easy accessible to all.

JCCGCI – Giving Back Now, And Always

The Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island (JCCGCI) is an organization full of heroes. The JCCGCI overflows with dedicated staff who prioritize the needs of the organization and their clients over their own – especially during times of crisis. JCCGCI has been working tirelessly to create a Passover Emergency Appeal. The appeal encourages donations that will be used to assist poor members in the community in celebrating the Jewish holiday of Passover. Many community members have recently lost their jobs or are elderly and afraid to leave their homes. With the help of the Passover Appeal, they will be able to celebrate the holiday. JCCGCI aims to deliver 800 food packages as well as distribute 1,223 food vouchers. The JCCGCI’s food package distribution operation was recently recognized as the most organized and best-run in the entire NYC kosher food network.

The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce – Staying Connected

The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce has been working relentlessly to connect with and help local businesses and community members. The Resiliency Toolkit has been released by Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce to provide local businesses with a comprehensive guide on how to navigate through this pandemic. They have also individually reached out to over 800 members as well as put together a resource guide that facilitates virtual meet-ups for local businesses.

Our clients are trying to adapt to the evolving situation and use their resources to help the situation. We appreciate their dedication and constant commitment to our community. We are proud to be connected to these companies and love working with them!

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