You’ve probably had the barrage of marketing emails to explain what businesses are doing during the Corona Virus outbreak? Probably reminds you of the GDPR emails we used to get a couple of years ago??

Some businesses are stagnant like dinosaurs, they’re not adapting, but I applaud those who are innovating, changing and moving with the times.

Here’s a list of the businesses I’ve come across and how they’ve changed to help:

Canva (Content creation):

This is the most innovative response I’ve seen so far – templates to help you communicate the right messages – with info approved by the WHO. “If you would like to share accurate information from the World Health Organization and spread messages of support to your community, here are some resources that can help during this tough time.”

A graphic from Canva to showcase their response to Corona Virus to help other businesses

Square (Payment software):

“We are refunding all software subscription fees for the month of March for existing sellers who currently use Square for Restaurants, Team Management, and Square Online Store. (…) We are also waiving curbside pickup and delivery fees for the next three months.”

Mailchimp (Email software):

“Mailchimp is offering free Standard accounts to eligible groups sending critical public health information about COVID‑19 through June 30, 2020.”

PDF specially made for businesses worried about the corona virusAs I come across other businesses who are changing with the times, who can help your business, I’ll pop them on this page.

If you’ve not downloaded my FREE marketing advice PDF yet, it’s packed with tips to help your business during the Corona Virus outbreak.

If you’re an independent business owner, this PDF will help you to:

  1. Understand what’s happening
  2. Decide what needs to change
  3. Know how to communicate effectively
  4. Find out what Government help is available.

I also have free 30 min phone calls available, to help your business during the Corona Virus.