As we all know, the Covid-19 (corona virus) is causing tremendous damage to the Canadian, Saskatchewan, and local economies. We cant just wish it away. We have to take action. That action, while necessary, has been bad for business - these tips will help in better business tactics. We can't just wish for our business to survive through the crisis. We have to take action.
Ecommerce Channels for Local Business
If you have a product, you have an opportunity. If you are determined, courageous, you can help your business to generate revenue in the face of dwindling foot traffic to your business, you can read this article and learn ways to grow your business skill. In Saskatchewan, many of us are now going into the second week of social distancing, reducing the amount of interaction. Those who are able are working from home, TV binge watching, missing the hell out of live sports, and starting to get a little restless. We all have a profound desire for things to go back to normal.
As the desire for normal grows people will look for outlets and there is a coming wave of pent up demand, of people becoming more active. Getting off the couch and being active within the house or wherever they can maintain the social distancing requirements. So those who are financially able will start to buy again, those with a do-it-yourself attitude will get busy. Home fitness, home renovation, home entertainment. In order to fuel their home-based activities, they will need to be able to purchase products and have their products delivered. It will extend beyond these home items, to personal items, to entertainment and recreation. if you sell a product from a shelf, you have the opportunity to continue selling, online.
We are currently offering heavily discounted services to help local businesses bring their product offering to their website for online purchase. Tou can see more details at: https://www.netnotic.com/web-design/ecommerce-for-local-business/
Ecommerce + Innovative Thinking
In the face of necessity, the people of Saskatchewan get resourceful. According to our friends in a IT Support Naperville company, some of the most innovative thinking has come as a result of needing to overcome some form of adversity. We are certainly facing adversity right now. In conversations with other Saskatchewan businesses, we are developing creative plans to keep employees employed and keep revenues flowing. This includes both integrating technology into the sales process as well some low tech but equally creative solutions.