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Dealing with Clients During a Recession

Staying in touch! Dealing with clients during a recession, like South Africa’s current lockdown climate, is made easy with tele-communications.
360 Degree Pro May 2, 2020
In a survival of the fittest scenario, a business must ensure continued productivity with the use of latest techno-advancements.
Survival of the Fittest
Research has found that employees working remotely – from home – can be up to 21 per cent more productive than in the office environment.
Increased Productivity
Proving that it CAN be “business as usual” in times of recession is Awning Warehouse
The Proof is in the Pudding
This Randburg-based company has learned fast that adopting a remote working pattern yields automatic returns.
Fast Learning Curve
It keeps in touch with workers and clients via tele-communications such as emails and phones.
Keeping in Touch
By making use of technology, such as Zoom, Awning Warehouse can retain its personal touch with face-to-face contact via a computer-generated communication tool.
The Personal Touch

In times of a recession, business owners must adopt the mantra of “when the going gets tough, the tough get going”.
The Tough Keep Going!


Businesses, like Awning Warehouse, WILL survive with an up-close and personal touch. This must keep both workers and clients in the loop of a “business as usual” policy that incorporates working from home and staying in touch.
Up Close and Personal