We are all worried about how this will affect our businesses - short term and long term.
How can we possibly promote our products and services when people are more concerned about juggling business with getting food supplies and trying to home-school at the same time?
The best thing to do is keep in touch with your prospects and customers, so they know you’re still there and that you will do what you can to help. It’s a time to all come together as a community and help one another.
What you can do:
- Send a weekly email with information on how you’re adapting your business to get through this so they know you’re there when you need them
- Think of ways to diversify your business. Are you able to provide your service online instead of face to face?
- Provide useful resources to your contacts to help keep them engaged (e.g. a colouring pack for their kids to print out to keep them occupied in between school work while you try and get your work done!)
While business is inevitably slow, it’s a good time to reflect on your business.
What have you been putting off because you didn’t have time?
It could be a rebrand of your business, a new corporate brochure or a more engaging website.
Although this is a really hard time for all of us, we need to use the time wisely and keep moving forward in preparation for when we come out the other side - and we WILL if we all help each other!!
At TYGA, we have implemented a complete remote working strategy, so we are able to do anything you need without any disruption of service.
If you would like to speak to us about how to promote your business in these uncertain times, please give Rob a call on 01727 898191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. He will have a no-obligation chat about your business/sales/marketing - and will no doubt give you a few free tips to get your started.
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