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How to develop a business in a pandemic?

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Hi,

6 Smart Way to Grow Your Business During a Pandemic

-Be strategic about your digital marketing efforts
-Consider your customers' perspective when interacting with them
-Brush up on your virtual selling skills
-Host virtual events that will interest and educate your audience
-Let your network know what you're doing
-Prioritize authentic, transparent communication with customers and employees

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you're right. Virtual events are now an effective way to grow your business. These can be closed advertising broadcasts, e-learning. But in order for you to be able to broadcast media content in real time in good quality, you need the appropriate software. Media streaming software development can be ideal https://www.exposit.com/solutions/media-streaming/
Exposit develops video and audio streaming platforms with end-to-end integration. Such software will increase the status of your business in front of clients, partners, etc.

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Food catering for example, ordered a lot of food during the lock down. I also think about going to https://exitadviser.com/business-for-sale about some financial advice. Even though I work in IT and have a very decent salary it has become very boring lately. I am a sociable and extroverted person and working from home induces me into some kind of depression. Therefore I think that investing in a business and operating it could be just the solution for me.

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What do you think about marketing your business during the pandemic? Maybe you can recommend some interesting offline methods for me which are good. I would like to try some promo items, for example. There are some interesting options on https://www.pinsource.com/categories/destination-imagination which are pretty cool I guess. Maybe you will find it helpful to you, good luck!

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There are many different ways to develop a business in a new environment, but they all involve maximum automation of management processes, powerful analytics, statistics and forecasting tools, creative marketing strategy and digital promotion of your business, no matter if it's an online or offline company. I can share with you a link to the website of one outsourcing company  https://www.griddynamics.com/ that really specializes in creating such software for business and providing IT business solutions for varios tasks. The products of this software developer company are always up-to-date, relevant and necessary.

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Well firstly, your business needs a website . If you have your own shop, that's great. You just need to set up an online shop. Get it up and running and then optimise your shop. There are a lot of different methods nowadays to make your business successful. For example, an e-commerce platform can help you.  Personally, I use Magento. Are there people here who also use it?

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Personally, I can recommend that you try shopware saas . I think this system is quite easy to use and I think you should give it a try. If you are interested, here is all the information you need https://dinarys.com/blog/shopware-saas . These days ecommerce platforms help make doing business a lot easier. I personally have increased the number of customers and I am very happy with it. Magento is also good, but for me personally it is too complicated. So I recommend that you try it this way to help your business. 

 

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nnovating For The 'Next Normal'
  1. Support your employees and their work. Use this time to support and invest in your team. ...
  2. Be strategic about your marketing efforts. In an economic downturn, every pound matters. ...
  3. Host virtual events that interest and educate. ...
  4. Prioritize authentic, transparent communication.
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In COVID-19 pandamic, the demand for Coronavirus prevention products have been increased. The COVID-19 pandamic affect many business but somehow, many companies took advantages of these situations by selling out COVID-19 protection products at wholesale price which include - medical gown, hand sanitizers, face masks, face shield, etc.

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Nearly 100,000 businesses have permanently closed due to COVID-19. And with no end in sight for returning to business as usual, that number can be intimidating to anyone who’s considering opening their own business or entrepreneurs hoping to survive the next year.

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So, what do you need to include in your business plan in order to make it pandemic proof? We’ll cover the essentials in this post, but first, here are some key elements you need to keep in mind when creating your business plan. The most important characteristics of a good business plan include:

  • Flexibility
  • Practicality
  • Clear definitions
  • Actionable items
  • Well-researched
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When you assess your business or your startup idea, ask yourself how you can plan to go virtual. Consider safety measures and employee health. Your team should remain just as effective working remotely as they would working in the office—with the exception of a few industries such as restaurants and certain stores.

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Another one of the challenges that businesses have faced is financial instability throughout the pandemic. So much so that many businesses—both small and large—have shuttered their doors forever. In fact, according to Yelp data, approximately 60 percent of businesses that closed in response to the pandemic, have permanently shuttered.

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