The ongoing pandemic has upended how
businesses operate but it is also proving to be a catalyst for change. The
transition from traditional onsite construction methods to more efficient offsite
manufacturing approaches has advanced at a more rapid pace. Not only can manufacturing
environments deliver better buildings faster but also more successfully
implement stringent social distancing controls and hygiene regimes.
The government is trying to address
multiple issues, but construction still remains a priority. Back in October
housing secretary Robert Jenrick said the government will not cut its target to
build 300,000 homes a year. It has been a matter of great debate if the target
will be met but the need for new, affordable homes, schools and healthcare
facilities is not going away and offsite construction offers a rapid and
Some business during this time
have adopted a crisis management approach – dealing with what is in front of
them but now is the time to 'take the blinkers off' and prepare future success by
grasping the opportunities for growth as we emerge from this pandemic.
As the leading marketing agency
in the offsite sector, we have identified a few key areas where you should focus
your time and resources this year.
Marketing Tips to Survive and
Improve communications on availability:
According to McKinsey, the availability of products and services is the number
one reason customers are switching their allegiances in 2021 – so 'open for
business' is an important message you need to get out there right now.
Focus on flexibility:
B2B marketers always have a solid Plan A and often a Plan B. But in 2021 we
should all prepare for the unexpected and now marketing strategies must be
completely flexible and agile.
Prioritise client retention:
the battle to attract new business existing loyal customers can be overlooked.
They are vital and valued, so let them know by making retention marketing a key
part of your communications plan.
Increase content marketing:
Creating and distributing informative and relevant content has to be a priority.
Demonstrating expertise, innovation and added value is a must in challenging
times to ensure your business does not get left behind.
Better Times are Ahead
There is a lot of doom, gloom
and uncertainty – which is being amplified by news outlets on all sides. It is
easy to get sucked in and believe that we should bunker down and wait it out.
However, sitting back and watching will not help your company survive or thrive
in the coming year.
You do not have to go it alone –
we are here to help! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to
arrange an informal chat and find out how we can support your business