Use our guide to see if this is right for your business

Traditional brick and mortar businesses have been hit by COVID-19. Implementing a digital transformation strategy could allow you to start selling online. Even if you don’t have products bring your business online could be a useful way to engage existing customers and let potential new customers know what your business does. Work your way through these simple steps to see if this is right for your business.

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Would your business benefit from a website?

Here are some things to consider:

  • Do you have a product which could be sold online?
  • Do you have a service which needs promoting?
  • Would you benefit from customers being able to contact you via your website?
  • Do you have the cash to invest in creating a website?

If you've answered yes to any of these questions, take a look at our useful pointers below.

Business Builder Workshop: Pivoting & Diversification of Business Models

There are a myriad of new markets and opportunities to consider as we emerge from the COVID-19 outbreak. Join the Business Builder team for free online workshops. They’ll discuss how feedback and learning is crucial to developing a diverse, flexible business model that allows you to adapt and deliver.

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