We've built this kit to help founders and small business owners make the most of opportunities and deal with setbacks being thrown at us every day in our rapidly changing world. Here are some of the best tools and amazing examples of local small businesses who are rising to the challenge we're all facing together in 2020.
Eliminate the friction by sending potential clients a single smart proposal they can read, sign and pay in one place. (Referral incentive link)
If you run an in-person service or consultancy, Calendly's free online booking software takes the back-and-forth out of scheduling appointments.
KIXXFIT is an app that gives customers access to movement, mindset and nutrition content from coaches all over Australia.
To avoid handling cash, small businesses can easily set up a Square device to process credit card payments for just $59 from Officeworks.
Customers can browse your menu, pay upfront with credit card and order from their mobile phone.
Give people something to order from by making it as easy as possible to find your menu
Keep your team connected on any device, enabling you to keep work moving from home, or anywhere.
MURAL is a digital workspace where innovative teams can think and collaborate visually to solve important problems.
Read HelpScout’s most important lessons about remote culture, along with the data, to help you apply at least one insight to your team.
Strikingly is one of the easiest website builders. You can launch your own online store and start selling in under 30 minutes.
If people can't physically visit your store right now, bring the shopping experience to them with quality photos of interesting product arrangements.
If you’re a cafe, you could sell physical products like coffee beans, mugs, apparel, etc via your existing Facebook and Instagram pages.
This will introduce you to their supporters and potential customers. It’s a great thing to do, too
Have a secret talent? Teach it online! There are multiple teaching platforms like Teachable.com, Skillshare.com, and Udemy.com.
Do you know a parent who has suddenly found themselves trying to work from home with their little kids around? It ain't easy, but it's not impossible.
Traditional retail stores can put share kits together for customers to purchase and help people in their community who can't leave the house.
Customers can't come to you? Bring the goodness (in both food and service form) to them!
Repurpose your amazing cuisine to be reheated and enjoyed by customers at home, or dropped off to a neighbour or healthcare worker.
To help small business owners thrive through this difficult period, we have set up a hotline for free advice on implementing any of the above ideas. CALL 1800 00 AMMO (1800 002 666) ☎️