Let's be honest, COVID-19 is just about the last thing anyone would have wanted. Especially UK business people like yourselves. The extra uncertainty only compounds the years of Brexit indecision…
Fixed term licenses automatically extended by one month
Let's be honest, COVID-19 is just about the last thing anyone would have wanted. Especially UK business people like yourselves. The extra uncertainty only compounds the years of Brexit indecision we had all hoped we were emerging from. Sadly we need to buckle up for more turbulence.
We are all hurting
We feel your pain, it's terribly painful for us too, but we at Corpdata won't leave you out of pocket merely due to these circumstances beyond all our control.
We have decided to extend all ongoing fixed-term data usage licenses for one month, allowing you time to cope with the demand challenges coronavirus puts in your way.
Under constant review
What's more, if isolation or shutdowns have more significant impacts than currently anticipated, we will do our best to support you in the future.
Keeping Calm and Carrying On
Even if self-isolating, team members can still be productive. We can't solve all your challenges, such as phone bills, but we can help you provide your sales team with accurate, productive, up-to-date business contact information they can use to contact potential new customers, with a little planning this can even be possible if CRM systems, for example, are unavailable.
New business and self-isolation
Corpdata had been due to exhibit at the Northern Business Expo on 17th & 18th March, but having considered it we have decided not to exhibit this year. Visitor numbers are likely to be suppressed, and it does feel a bit unnecessarily ignorant to press the flesh with so many people. Apologies if you had hoped to meet us, or to attend our Seminar on Marketing in a GDPR World. We hope to be at other shows a little later in the year.
If exhibitions seem likely to be less effective at finding new leads for a few weeks (and many seem to be being cancelled completely) it doesn't alter the fact that you will need to keep finding clients. Fortunately, Direct Marketing still offers a useful route to meet these new customers. Feedback from companies that already have workers working from home is that most still have telephone access, and nearly all still have email access. Naturally, some of these prospects, who might otherwise have been interested, won't feel inclined to think about new products or services at the moment. Others may actually have more time on their hands to consider new offerings and to discuss how your product or service might benefit them.