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Could coronavirus turn us all into online gamers?

As businesses gauge the potential impact of coronavirus (COVID-19), with a sense of fear and pessimism causing a dampening of economic activity and suspension of the stock market, the healthcare industry is one of the most vulnerable.

As businesses gauge the potential impact of coronavirus (COVID-19), with a sense of fear and pessimism causing a dampening of economic activity and suspension of the stock market, the healthcare industry is one of the most vulnerable.

But does this really have to mean a complete halt in business continuity and momentum?

Whilst we are mitigating our risk from coronavirus here at Page & Page, it got us thinking about how we can facilitate client strategic objectives and help support project, marketing and brand teams as they strive to remain effective.

The way we work is going to need to change, certainly in the immediate term, but does coronavirus also have the potential to shape how companies look at future strategy? Will face-to-face meetings become obsolete? Will global meet ups be held online? Ultimately, are we going to have to evolve our skills into that of an online gamer in a multiplayer game?

Whether you are facing challenges now or want to keep ahead of the game and plan for maintenance, continuity and growth, get in touch with us. We’ve put our actively considerate heads together and thought about how best to use our expertise in online and digital to tackle the impact of coronavirus head on.

9th March 2020

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