SUPPORTING OUR CLIENTS DURING THE CORONA CRISIS
COVID-19 leads to a crisis of unparalleled magnitude that significantly affects all of us. It will produce both an immediate and long-term effect on our daily professional and private lives and how we function as people.
It’s natural that during this period companies will face a wide array of challenges. Here are some measures we are taking to help our clients.
TAKING CARE OF OUR EMPLOYEES
Acting on the governmental advice, we introduced fully operational remote work for all Kara5 employees. Our top priority is to protect our employees’ health and safety. They, in turn, are highly dedicated to supporting our clients with all available resources, tools and technologies, so as to alleviate the crisis’ effects and help our clients cope better.
KEEPING IN CONTACT WITH YOU
If you’re a client, your account manager and teams remain fully operational and available to you. The technologies we are using enable them to keep in touch with you and continue the established work processes without disruptions.
If you’re not a client and are seeking support in these difficult times, we are still open for business. Don’t hesitate to contact us here.
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT DURING THIS TIME
As seen lately, digital commerce is experiencing a boost right now and is becoming the primary means of sales. Along with it, companies’ websites & web shops, their social media presence, e-mail marketing and search engine marketing gain on importance. Therefore, we are continuously working with our clients to make sure they understand both the short and long-term effects, realize their options and choose the optimal response to the arising challenges.
Our website is always available at kara5.com. New insights, articles and reports will continue to be published on our News page, including advice during these challenging times. The web development and digital marketing services we offer to our clients for optimizing their customer journeys are here.
KEEP AN EYE ON THE SITUATION
As this is a daily changing situation, we are continuing to follow the Government advice and we will continue publishing new articles on our website as the situation develops.