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LOW TOUCH ECONOMY 

WEBINAR: RE-IMAGINE YOUR BUSINESS – AGAINST THE “LOW TOUCH ECONOMY”

COVID19 has and will continue to disrupt how we eat, work, shop, exercise, manage our health, socialise and spend our free time – at an unprecedented rate of change. This webinar series is designed to asses the impact on your business, understand the impact of the social changes to business and begin to develop strategic approach for business recovery.

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COVID-19 has changed the way we think, act, work, live and socialise. Get your business ready to reopen as a low touch economy business.

What does that mean?

BUSINESS A

Opens business respecting Covid -19 compliance.

BUSINESS B

Opens business to trade in a Covid -19 environment.

Floor sticker/tape cross on floor

Chairs for added distance around counter

Entry - exit tape on floor

Cafe furniture stacked in corner

Maximum capacity in space sign on wall

Free floor space, people management designed interior, flow traffic logical and self managed.

Internal work/retail and public spaces redesigned to maximise efficient use of  areas

Business has a continuity plan for business disruputions, all operations and team are informed

Business operations have been designed in anticipation of future lockdowns expected to be expereinced post international boarder opening 

 

ON-DEMAND BUSINESS SUPPORT SERIES WILL COVER THE FOLLOWING AREAS

Aftershocks

ECONOMIC AFTERSHOCK MAP

Highlights the rocky road to business recovery. As with any business planning, we need to understand the external forces out of our control to plan a proactive business recovery strategy.

Risk assesment

BUILD YOUR COVID SAFE PLAN

The new norm is being spoken about regularly and businesses upon reopening must have a COVID-19 safe plan, this analysis tool designed to dynamically assess business and product readiness or pivot requirements. The tool triages products, in turn, developing a “reopening” strategy with built-in ready for market- COVID-19 safe business strategy.

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SCENARIO PLANNING

Once armed with aftershocks expected and business/product line risk analysis businesses are able to move to scenario planning to assist in dynamic approaches to business planning based on an ever-changing and the unstable landscape we are operating in. Scenario planning assists businesses to be ready with multiple fronts moving towards them.