Kochie’s Business Builders is back for episode 3 of our special series, Small Business First.
The past few weeks have seen businesses reopening and rebuilding from the COVID-19 lockdown. We’ve seen a shift in how businesses operate. From moving to online sales to working remotely and using technology to ensure they get the most out of their teams. In this episode, we’re going to show you the businesses that are doing it well and those that need a bit of help to allow them to adapt, survive and thrive.
First, we catch up with Tobi Skovron and Shardae Mazzeo from CreativeCubes.Co a creative co-working space embracing new ways of working. The pair walk us through how the company has utilised tech to ensure their business can remain operational during the crisis.
Blake Collins GM of Sales and Marketing at MYOB talks about how small businesses need to use tech to be able to operate competitively.
We meet up with Emma Pugsley from wellness and yoga studio Myall Yoga and Wellbeing Studio in Perth to discover how they were able to use tech to swiftly pivot their business to online during the coronavirus crisis.
While Gadget Guy, Val Quinn, and Tim Fung the CEO of Australia’s largest job marketplace,Airtasker join Kochie at the Barangaroo Studio to discuss how to technology can help your business to thrive during a crisis.
Tune in to the next episode of Small Business First on Channel 7 on Sunday at 1 pm AEST. Check out Small Business First here.