Contributed by Derek Goodman of Inbizability.com
While the economy might be down in much of the world, that doesn’t mean every business is out of luck. In fact, regardless of your industry, there are plenty of ways to locate and secure new clients during this trying time. Here’s what you need to know to make it happen.
Expand Your Horizons (and Tech Offerings) in Foodservice
Even small-town restaurants can go big when it comes to expanding their customer base — and adding to their offerings.
Move Retail Efforts Online While Staying Customer-Focused
Retailers still have plenty of product to move; however, it might take savvier marketing efforts to net new customers.
Take a Dynamic Approach as a Law Professional
Working in the legal field doesn’t make you immune to dips in business, but it does mean you need to take a more dynamic approach to secure clients.
Update Your Business Model to Address (Germ) Gaps
Cleaning services are a huge industry most of the time, but coronavirus means a pivot is necessary for continued success.
Set Up Your Home Office Space
Working remotely is the “new normal,” but that doesn’t mean you’re properly equipped just yet. To best serve your clients, you need a workable space and the right gear.
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