Covid-19: YellowKorner takes action among its affiliates

The YellowKorner network is consistently supportive of its affiliates to ensure their success on a daily basis and all the more so during this health crisis, the Covid-19 pandemic. Since the start of the crisis, YellowKorner has made the necessary decisions in order to limit the impact of the reduction in activity for its affiliate partners and prepare the “after Covid-19” period with them:

  • Total cancellation and non-postponement of marketing and commercialisation fees until the end of the confinement
  • Payment of 20% on web sales to help the affiliate partners and establishment of free home delivery in compliance with all of the safety instructions indicated by the WHO, as well as extended return deadlines
  • Specific support conditions, providing legal information, action recommendations, and management advice
  • Preparation of a powerful new artistic collection to encourage the resumption of sales once the galleries reopen

 As Paul-Antoine Briat, co-founder of YellowKorner explains:

“The same goes for our role as a responsible franchisor and as citizens to establish legal and economic support for the stakeholders of our network. This support will be reinforced as required depending on the latest developments, but always with the desire to anticipate a relaunch in activity. In this situation, we must be all the more supportive of our affiliates.”

At the same time, YellowKorner has committed to making its contribution by providing our health workers with the support that they so richly deserve, since they are on the front lines and taking risks to take care of us.

Every day throughout the month of April we will pay 10%* from our sales on new releases to the fund to combat the coronavirus, launched by the WHO (World Health Organisation).  These donations will allow essential supplies such as masks or gloves to reach healthcare professionals, as well as helping all countries to detect the disease by strengthening training and the supply of testing equipment.

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