How to FAST FORWARD your business in the age of COVID-19


Sales Marketing Coronavirus Series

How can sales and marketing continue to thrive in the era of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and social distancing? What adjustments do you need to make to keep sales conversations going? How can you creatively cultivate strong relationships with your key customers and prospects when so many of them are moving to remote work? How can you prepare your business now to FAST FORWARD into growth mode when the crisis is over?

Those are key questions we’ve been thinking about a lot here at Cultivate – for our clients and the continued growth of our agency. In the short term, the coronavirus outbreak has made it much harder to hold face-to-face meetings with key sales prospects. But we believe there are alternate strategies, tools and approaches you can employ to continue nurturing your prospects through the sales process.

How to put your business in fast forward

Here at Cultivate, we’ve decided to work remotely for at least until the end of April. As we explore new ways of working and collaborating, we’ll share with you what we’re learning in a new series of weekly special reports, entitled How to Put Your Business in FAST FORWARD.

Here are some of the topics we’ll cover:

  • How Cultivate is helping one client position itself to win more business from OEMs as they re-shore parts production from China.
  • How to prepare your database for effective sales and marketing.
  • Cool tools for sales enablement, including video and interactive content.
  • Your ideal customers are out there. Is your website ready to attract, engage and convert them?

We’re all in this together. We’re committed to helping you win more business through savvy marketing and sales strategies, enhanced by cutting-edge technologies.

Stay safe and healthy!

For more articles in this Fast Forward series, please click on the links below. Each article contains a free, downloadable worksheet, which can help you get started implementing the approaches you’ve read about: