Generating new leads and upgrading your tech are just two of the solutions to surviving this pandemic.
by Oliver Isaacs
Setting direct health concerns aside, it has now become clear that coronavirus will not pass without leaving some long-term business and economic consequences in its wake. While it might be tempting to focus on just staying afloat in the moment, putting out the fires as and when they threaten to appear, it’s crucial to plan for the future of your business and be fully prepared for what will come next.
Here’s a helpful eight-step guide to getting started.
1. Find leads and customers ahead of time
As many businesses are going to be focusing on the here and now, struggling to maintain normal running operation, this could be your chance to build a new network of prospective customers. Putting time and effort into generating new leads now will ensure that you…
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