Impacts Of The Crisis For Small Businesses And How To Face Them
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The crisis of the new coronavirus caused undeniable impacts on the world economy , reaching all spheres. Small business owners, however, are especially hard hit. In an attempt to measure this, Sebrae conducted a survey with a sample of 9,105 small business owners, between March 20 and 23, 2020. Search Result: The first data is already very worrying: 89% of small businesses faced a drop in monthly revenue , and 63% of respondents said that the drop was greater than 50%. As for hygiene measures, more than half of these establishments increased cleaning precautions.
Reported having temporarily closed the business, and unfortunately, 1/4 intend to close permanently. In addition, 36% believe that they cannot keep the company open for more than 1 month. Of the more than 9,000 respondents, a little over 1/4 have the objective of investing more in online became, during the crisis, practically Phone Number List the only vehicle for exposing products . The world and market we knew before COVID-19 will no longer exist. In a new scenario, the presence of companies in the digital world will be mandatory . But is it really worth it? We list some of the main advantages of an e-commerce, compared to physical stores Lower operating cost.
That's because the entire structure value will be reduced - you won't need to invest in furniture, rent, water and light, for example. The cost of personnel , most of the time, is also lower, taking into account that you will probably have a reduced team . In addition, the initial investment is lower and it takes less time for the products to become available for sale, which is all you need at a time like this. Ease of Access Any customer, in any situation and anywhere in the world, will be able to access your e-commerce . Even if we weren't facing a pandemic , this factor would still be important, given that we have less and less time to travel to places, especially.