Working on the Business: How to Self-Assess & Determine Your Plan During the COVID-19 Crisis

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Join us in this next installment of our webinar series on managing your response to unfolding events of the COVID-19 outbreak.

With business slower than usual or halted by the COVID-19 situation that currently grips our daily lives, there is the hidden function of more time to work on your business—as opposed to the daily business of work. More downtime with fewer demands from the field offers a window of opportunity to self-assess and recalibrate your marketing strategy and goals.

In this webinar, Energy Circle CEO and Founder Peter Troast will offer considerations for strategies and tactics to undertake while reviewing your plans for business during the COVID-19 crisis—and beyond.

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