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Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - PPE & Sterilization Equipment

Personal protective equipment and sterilization equipment are two of the most commonly used tools deployed to limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). However, these products are currently limited in availability due to overwhelming demand.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - Insurance

Insurance companies have been thrust into the front lines of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic response. Suppliers in the market are experiencing high risk from financial pressure on reinsurance and investment companies and the potential for mass claims payouts.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - Legal Services

Legal service providers have historically suffered during recessionary periods and the economic impacts of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic are already affecting the industry. While traditional law firms are struggling with the transition to remote services, endemic online legal services suppliers are seeing a bump in demand.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - Tax, Audit & Accounting Services

Due to the necessity of tax, audit and accounting services, providers in the industry are expected to remain largely insulated from risk stemming from the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - IT Consulting & Support Services

IT-related companies are experiencing declining revenue from reduced investment in new future projects due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. However, demand is increasing from businesses seeking IT services to accommodate new online purchasing systems and work-from-home setups.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - BPO Services

The impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic on business process outsourcing (BPO) services is uneven and is dependent on the buyer’s market, the services the buyer outsources, the sensitivity of information the supplier handles and the location of the supplier.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - Printing

Print advertising expenditure is plummeting in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Poor expenditure poses a threat to the financial stability of many suppliers.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - Marketing & Advertising

In light of the economic turmoil brought on by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, marketing and advertising firms are experiencing slower demand for services. Key buyers of these services have historically slashed marketing and advertising budgets amid economic uncertainty, a pattern that is presenting itself again during this pandemic.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - Commercial Real Estate

The commercial real estate (CRE) market is being hit hard by the economic fallout of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Commercial real estate service providers are experiencing less demand for services in the context of declining real estate values and bearish market outlook among investors.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - HR Services

Demand for HR services is plummeting amid hiring freezes, layoffs and furloughs to prepare for the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. However, demand is increasing from select markets such as online retail, delivery services and pharmacies, which is providing some relief to the market.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - Transportation & Logistics

While some transportation and logistics providers are struggling due to their reliance on weakened buying markets, others, such as those transporting essential products and services are faring well so far during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

Coronavirus Buyer's Guide - Business Travel

Business travel providers are facing unprecedentedly high financial risk levels from the historically low demand for non-essential travel amid the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

Sourcing Outside the Box: New Vendors to Tap for COVID-19 Supplies

Sputtering demand and supply chain disruptions have led some manufacturers to close up shop, but others are ramping up fast.

Coronavirus Risk Assessment - Auto & Auto Parts Manufacturers

The escalation of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak poses a high risk to the auto part and automotive sector. A high level of risk stems from the virus’ negative impact on the industries that make up the auto part and automotive sector.

Coronavirus Risk Assessment - Commodities, Chemicals & Raw Materials Manufacturers

Manufacturing output and profitability have been harmed due to raw material shortages. Due to China’s presence as a major supplier for raw materials, metals and most commodities, businesses are scrambling to effectively source manufacturing materials from new vendors outside of the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus).