So the risk assessment never covered a global pandemic that closed everything and isolated your workforce did it..
We are now in very strange times indeed, a minimum outlook of at least 3 months but could last upto a year. What can businesses do to adapt and diversify to their new reality?
With many of the big name shows cancelled for this year business looking to gain brand exposure have missed out on massive opportunities but recovered large amounts they had initially invested to exhibit.
With so many working from home and using social media to keep in contact with colleagues and families there has never been a better time to get your business active on social media.
If your business relied on footfall and getting people in shop or office then there is no better time to get yourself online and start selling your products and services online. This maybe anything from counselling and yoga class to garden furniture and handmade crafts
In some cases we are seeing clients with an idle workforce due to the reduced demand diversifying the product they manufacture and setting up entirely new sites to sell these new products such as hand sanitisers.
Review your costs
We are seeing a large number of business paying excessive monthly fees to creative agencies simply to host their website and renew their domains. Shops, Trades and Service industry paying well over the odds for business telephone lines that do not ring. We can help you reduce both these costs month on month.
In some cases coping with the fall out of corona virus is about working smarter not harder. This is achieved through taking the opportunity to review the processes within the business, simplifying them and looking for routes to automate them.
We regularly work with resellers to automate the interaction between their customers and their suppliers providing a 100% hands off automatic system allowing them simply to focus on selling and custom service enquiries.