VERTO IS PLANNING FOR A V-SHAPED RECOVERY

There’s no doubt about it, the Coronavirus pandemic has hit the UK and the rest of the world hard. Almost putting a complete stop to trade across all sectors, from retail to the housing market, has put a strain on businesses to remain open. But despite all this, we believe we’re heading towards a V-shaped economic recovery. With the government’s plans to help small and large businesses alike, all efforts are being pumped into bringing the UK back bigger and better than before.

At Verto, we’ve continued to push through this crisis, making adjustments along the way to adapt to our clients’ changing marketing needs and we’re proud to be coming out the other side stronger than ever, as a company and as a team.

After some expected downtime in the midst of the country-wide lockdown, our sales are bouncing back thanks to the dedication of our team and our clients. In line with a statement made by Andy Haldane, the Bank’s chief economist, that the UK is benefitting from an increase in consumer spending, we’re seeing more and more clients looking to the future and investing in new websites and printed marketing, social media support and SEO-related services.

The future of the UK’s economy is looking positive and at Verto, we’re delighted to do our part by supporting the growth of our clients as they fight back against the odds. We’re driven by challenge and always make the best of a bad situation.

We’re ready to push forwards by ensuring our processes and procedures are streamlined to improve efficiency and customer service.

When times get tough, Verto gets tougher.

The truth is, whether the UK makes a V-shaped recovery, or in fact it turns out to be U-shaped, the accelerated trend towards digital marketing means that your website and online presence is likely to become more important than ever.

If you’re looking for a reliable, confident and trust-worthy marketing agency to support your marketing plans over the next few months and years, call us on 01536 411153.

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