Consumer and Employee Friendly Workspaces
Featuring special guests; Kevin Stricker and Andy Boha of Fries Tallman Lumber
This is not a webinar! This is a thought-leadership session where sharing challenges, solutions, pain-points and BIG ideas will be encouraged! Thought leadership is about tapping into your talents, experience and passion to answer the BIGGEST questions.
A marketplace shift happened early in the COVID-19 Pandemic as many big projects were put on hold and consumers shifted attention to home renovation projects.
To meet this demand Fries Tallman, and many other similar businesses pivoted quickly to alter the way they interacted with customers to ensure safe social distancing and limited contact between customers and staff. What seemed like a seamless transition required careful planning, staff engagement and continued monitoring and revision of policies to this day to ensure current trends are accounted for.
Still, many questions remain in the Saskatchewan marketplace...What steps should be taken to make Saskatchewan businesses consumer and employee friendly in a sustainable manner.
What communication is required to ensure employees and consumers return? What will engender consumers to feel confident in in doing business with you.
What can business do to really solidify their value proposition? What can/should business do to demonstrate safety? What is the effect of passing on costs to consumers for those added expenses?
How do local businesses compete with larger, big box stores that may or may not be adhering to recommended preventative measures?
Live Virtual Meeting & Discussion
8:30 Welcome and Opening Comments
8:35 Comments and General Discussion
9:55 Closing Comments