Daytona Beach, FL, 32114
No matter how quickly your business adapts to COVID-19, your reboot is only as good as the sales it generates. Business recovery will likely involve jump-starting sales. Your constituents—funders, vendors, customers, and staff—are looking at your sales to see how you will weather the crisis and emerge with long-term stability. The energy within the recovering economy can provide fertile ground for experimentation and pursuit of new ideas.
Why it matters:
*All eyes will be on your sales and revenue. Investors, suppliers, customers and employees see revenue as an early indicator of a company’s ability to rebound.
*The silver lining to a bumpy economic revival is the opportunity to try new things that could help recovery or open new possibilities.
*Customers are eager to embrace change for the sake of safety and will be drawn to businesses leading the way. Summon your entrepreneurial spirit!
How can you jump-start sales to get back in the game and find a path to long-term growth? What can you do to regain the entrepreneurial flexibility and willingness needed to recover?
We suggest that you download and print a copy of the Small Business Recovery Workbook to get Organized prior to the event to follow along with and write notes for your convenience. >> https://www.truist.com/content/dam/suntrust/us/en/small-business/2021/do...
This workshop is sponsored and facilitated by SunTrust now Truist | Christine.M Apetz VP Branch Manager , Robert Ludlow, Business Banking Leader and Will Landreth, Market President.