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Money Matter: How To Make Your Business Relevant Post-COVID

As lockdown rules are gradually relaxed, you need to find ways to bounce back and grow your business again. More importantly, you need a gameplan to remind your target market of your existence.

It is, however, clear that there will be no simple return to business as usual. You are therefore tasked with rethinking your operations to remain relevant going forward.  

Here are some simple steps to follow:
1. Go beyond selling:

Ensure that your message shows that it is much more than selling your products/services to your customers. Your task is to think very differently about the types of services you are offering, to remain competitive . One question that you should ask yourself: “What problem can I solve in the present circumstances?”

2. Adapt your business strategy:

Going digital has been sufficient in keeping your organization going in these lock down times. However, with more people stepping out of their comfort, you may need to strengthen both your online and physical presence.

3. Get A Rosabon Business Loan:

For businesses that have been affected by COVID-19 and interested in reopening of your business, the Rosabon Business Support Loan would provide you with funds to help run your operations.

As a registered business owner, you can get the funds you need of up to N50 Million today. You have a repayment period of 48 months. Tap into a platform that provides you with the money required to finance your small business and give it the boost it needs.

Click here to explore our loans option today. 

At Rosabon Financial services, we offer a variety of commercial loans that can help your business succeed.

Alternatively, you can contact us today and call Busola on 0815 088 0038 (Lagos), Rita on 0815 088 0039 (Lagos), Folashade on 0815 084 6657 (Lagos), Sophia on 0815 084 6659 (Port Harcourt), Chineye on 0815 088 0082 (Port Harcourt) or Aderonke on 0811 239 1001 (Abuja). You can also chat us on WhatsApp on 0815 088 0066 or send us an email at [email protected]

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