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Sellers may have started their business year with high hopes, but the sudden outbreak of COVID-19 has a vast impact on all businesses. Not only personal lives are getting affected but it is having an impact on the world’s economy. Providing relief during this time of hassle, Etsy is regularly introducing new policies and benefits for its sellers to help keep their stores running and turn the table in their favour. Find the details about the effect of COVID-19 on Etsy Marketplace, and How to enhance the business during COVID-19.
The crisis we are experiencing right now has led to many companies needing to make critical decisions on a daily or even hourly basis, without proper planning or risk assessment. In times of COVID-19, uncertainty is often the only certain thing you can see (well, not literally) coming round the corner. The pandemic is also intensifying our teamwork and, in many cases, teamwork is the only way for businesses to push things forward, secure stable growth, or to simply survive. This is why we want to share some essential tips on what your customer service team may need right now in order to cope with the current situation. It’s important to remember that companies are not the only entities working from home. Your customers or potential clients are also looking for ways to solve their issues and problems remotely in times of lockdown and quarantine. This is an excellent opportunity for brands to reinvent their strategies and business operations, make themselves more accessible, and simply become better at providing customer service and improving the customer experience. In this situation, your leadership is also being put to the test. You have to look for new ways to make sure your customer experience teams are working in the best conditions possible. Keep reading to learn how to keep your customer service team happy and satisfied using top-notch leadership skills, while meeting customer expectations at the same time.
<p>This epidemic has changed the way the world works. New problems ask for new solutions, and we want to highlight companies, projects and individuals experimenting with new ideas and going for growth in this time of uncertainty, especially those tests and projects positively impacting local and global communities.</p>