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5 Ways Your Business Can Weather 2020

Summary

No doubt 2020 will go into the history books. Make 2020 the year your business weathered the storm better than anyone. We share 5 key tips.

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5 Ways Your Business Can Weather 2020

No doubt 2020 will go into the history books. Make 2020 the year your business weathered the storm better than anyone. We share 5 key tips.

The bottom line is you should find out what your customers want and give it to them while diversifying your income.

5 Ways Your Business Can Weather 2020

 

1. Adjust your business

  • Find out what your customers want
  • Adapt your products, services, and delivery to match
  • Develop and coordinate any charity sewing projects
  • Start or increase online sales of products & services
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2. Increase your digital content to stay in the minds of your customers

  • Create videos or live events (zoom.us & Facebook)
  • Use Facebook posts heavily to engage and spark business
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3. Increase ways your customers can contact you

  • Your email, phone, and text apps should be easily accessible
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4. Leverage a supportive community

  • Be the central collector of ideas to help the community & customers
  • Be the central action planner for those ideas (or assign the task per idea)
  • By doing this you can coordinate charity, delivery, & handle local needs
  • You will grow from this and come out stronger once this is over
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5. Call or contact us at QuiltingHub for help and ideas

QuiltingHub has been helping quilting businesses since 2010, has absorbed most of it's competitors, and has amassed a large amount of marketing and business knowledge for the industry. We are experts in this industry. Use us to help you through this and grow.

 

Summary

It is important that you get feedback from your customers of what they want and give it to them. You should also look for ways to increase and diversify your income. Obviously smart advertising helps.

 

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