Closing the world down due to Coronavirus was a surprise for all of us. Businesses went in lockdowns quickly and unexpectedly. Companies large and small suddenly found themselves in an unprecedented situation – without any plans for dealing with the situation.
But the global COVID-19 pandemic truly is a catalyst for change. Think about where the world has already been going: moving from offline to online or a hybrid model needed to happen. COVID just made all of these changes necessary RIGHT NOW.
Here at BCM, we are yet to find a service that was not able to move their operations online. We’re a marketing agency, but we’ve been working with businesses from every niche to help them convert to the online world. In fact, we’ve developed a product that allows businesses from a variety of industries to move online (check Booked Solid HERE)
These are just a few examples of how you can transform your business so that it’s ready for today’s reality. Is it comfortable to change? Of course not, especially when the change is forced by a global pandemic without time for preparation. But it’s a change that can save your business.
Here are a few solutions that can help you during these difficult times:
There are so many options available and this time can be a huge opportunity for you. This is the time when you can get ahead of your competition.
Feel free to reach out to us for a free consultation on how we can help you take your business online.
Mike Koziol, Head of Delivery at Brand Central Marketing, is a former corporate shark working with Ernst & Young, Deloitte, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, to name just a few. He has a geeky side of his personality and loves to drive strategy and oversee delivery for our clients. Mike will build your strategy and will work with the team to have it delivered. He can occasionally geek out on Facebook ads (when Charlotte allows him to), be a smartass with processes (when Shanda is not looking), and click some buttons on the backend to build you a funnel. Mike loves the strategy side of the business, and he helps companies get clear on what it is that will move the needle.