Whether your state has a stay-in-place order in effect or not, you may find yourself needing to find new ways to connect with team members, customers, and suppliers. Don’t be afraid to leverage technology to help you stay connected and keep business moving forward.Get Access to Our Full Library of Small Business Resources
Here are three ways to use online tools to help your business during this time and beyond.
Helpful tip: If your team had regularly scheduled staff meetings, transfer them online. This will help you keep on track and keep team members engaged.
For example: If you have a yoga studio, consider offering an online membership where clients can live stream classes or view a recording on your website. If you are a musician, look into offering concerts or lessons through Facebook Live or other online platforms.
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