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ADVERTORIAL: Adapting to survive: life in the post Covid-19 economy


There is a lot of anxiety at the moment over people’s futures and for businesses on their future in business. A Bank of England survey has predicted unemployment rates to surge to above 11 per cent. They are actually predicting the 2nd highest unemployment per cent in the history of the UK.

Unfortunately this paints a bleak future for a lot of people there has been a shift in attitudes in the workplace for sure with more companies enabling their teams to work from home, there has been a spike in more people turning to self employment routes in search for more security and stability.

Amidst all this uncertainty, what people can hold on to is an understanding of where you want to take your career/your business. We believe, as long as you are open minded and aren’t averse to change then you will flourish during these times whether you’re a working mum, a business owner, a key worker or you are facing a redundancy.

Ask yourself:

1. Can your future career path guarantee you some personal development:

Personal development leads to financial rewards. Investing in yourself can truly be the best investment so what is your future career path offering you in terms of development? Perhaps you’re still on furlough or facing some time out of work due to redundancy, what personal development/online course can you explore or invest your time in so that you are a much better version of yourself in two weeks, two months time?

The OMADA Corp team

2. Will your industry/business model be in high demand?

For example: A common desire amongst every company/business owner in the world is their desire to generate revenue. Regardless of what sector a company is in, they all need to generate sales to generate revenue. It is often said, the last person to lose their job is the sales person or the finance person. If you learn the art of selling or counting the books then you become an asset to any company. More importantly, most companies have been starved of revenue in these unprecedented times. More than ever are companies on the lookout for individuals that can bring them revenue or help them manage that revenue.

3. Will you have a back up plan?

Will your next move withstand another pandemic? Worst case scenario, we have been using this question a lot to put a contingency plan in place. As a company we know we have our clients prepped and ready to move in to a telesales service in which we can still provide them with the customers they set out to reach. Will your product or service stand the test of time, how could you adapt?

Our learnings

We acquire customers via not only traditional forms of marketing – but through direct selling techniques taking your product or service direct to the consumer either business-to-business or direct to the residence. Not only do we build a rapport with our client’s prospective customers, such a rapport that cannot be achieved in today’s digital age, we are able to provide instant paying customers along with a long lasting consumer-client relationship.

We’ve found that during this uncertain, unstable and financially worrying time we have been able to provide a risk-free, results proven strategy to businesses whilst also taking away the worry of acquiring customers whilst we do all the hard work for them.

Providing instant paying results has had a massive impact on our clients and we’ve received more interest than could have been anticipated during Covid-19 as our ability to generate revenue for our current clients has attracted a multitude of other companies to our services during the pandemic.

Whilst admittedly there is a lot of uncertainty in the business world, one thing we have learnt is you must adapt to survive. We are willing to adapt and grow as our clients find that they need to do so in order to survive.

OMADA Corp



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