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Baukjen offers HQ office to NHS

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Mar 27, 2020
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Fashion brand Baukjen and maternity specialist Isabella Oliver have offered their London head office space to the NHS.


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The brands said the HQ office has been offered to NHS workers to use in case of emergency. The building is understood to be near a doctor’s surgery.

Chief executive and co-founder, Geoff van Sonsbeeck told The Industry: “We wanted to do anything we could to help the local community during this difficult time. Even if it might seem small, now is the time to unite and stick together.”

Additionally, the retailers have extended a 40%-off sale, initially designed for all NHS staff, to include social care workers, teachers, police, transport workers and therapists. 

The company said these initiatives aim to help the local community in light of the coronavirus epidemic.

Many fashion brands have announced initiatives to help tackle the spread of the disease, support their staff and ensure customers can continue to enjoy their services. Whether it’s extending return windows, waiving delivery fees or introducing discount codes for NHS workers, companies are doing everything they can to be seen as doing good.

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