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We’re video chatting with MyPhoto CEO Warren Struhl from his home in Boca Raton, Florida. Stay tuned as we discuss how he and his company are handling the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It’s been rough,” he explains. “We’re doing our best to be as upbeat and safe as possible.”

As a small business owner, Warren has pivoted his company to help keep his workers safe while still remaining operational. The MyPhoto team is following all safety protocols, including physical distancing, shift rotations, and mask and glove use.

Beyond MyPhoto’s day-to-day operations, Warren has witnessed a few new photo trends during the pandemic. With families sheltered at home, he is seeing an uptick in users who are interested in organizing all of their photos. In addition, he launched a photo puzzle special, as well as other innovative photo projects.

“As a CEO, I’ve seen a lot,” he says. “But I’ve never seen anything like this. The only advice I can say is stay somewhat calm. It will pass. We don’t know when, but it will. Don’t do anything rash. And communicate with your employees and customers. Whatever information you have, be honest and open. We at MyPhoto will come out of this and we may be stronger than ever after this.”

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