Get in touch, complete our quick survey, and let us know how your business has been affected by coronavirus
These are certainly unprecedented times; this week, the government introduced a set of measures which are as close to a nation-wide lockdown as we have seen since World War Two, with all non-essential businesses being asked to close.
Needless to say, every business will be feeling the pinch under the current circumstances. We at Gun Trade News are certainly no different as we try to ease the understandable fears of clients who are unsure of the future.
But thankfully, we live in a time of technology. While physical stores will have to close, online transactions can still, as of this writing, go on as normal.
So how has the coronavirus pandemic affected your business? Are you electing to work with skeleton staff, have you closed all together, or are you still operating your online sales department?
These are certainly challenging times, but we are all in it together. This is the time, more so than any other, that the shooting community needs to be as good as its word, and stick together.
So please let us know what your circumstances are, and if you have elected to stay open in some form, we will be reporting our findings in the next issue of Gun Trade News and across our digital platforms. We will help in any way we can to keep you in the minds of your customers.
You can let us know by following the link below and completing the quick survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BWVLL7C
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