Covid-19 and the High Street
By Webecom on November 20, 2020
COVID-19 VS THE HIGH STREET
As the pandemic took the center stage in 2020, it started the closing of high street, devestating many businessees. But the british spirit is not easy to be quashed. The backbone of the british economy is the small and medium business. So many business have started to look towards the internet to keep afloat in the tough market. Ecommerce has been pushed to replaced the high street by the sheer demand of the public.
RETAIL SECTOR IS FINDING NEW AVENUE WITH ECOMMERCE SHOPS?
The lockdown may have slowed down or even shut down the business across the UK but there is hope in finding new makets. There is ample opportunity for business to take on the challenge by going online with excellend ecommerce platforms such as Shopify, Woocommerce, Magento amongst others. For the first time, many high street businesses are looking at bigger audience with the help on online stores.
SOCIAL MEDIA MEANS UNLIMTED SELLING POTENTIAL?
Social media is not just for making online friends. There is untappled market that businesses can turn into potential clients. Selling via Facebook, Instagram and other similar platforms is growing at a rapid pace in 2020. Pandemic is not going to stop that. The face of busineses has been changed by the invisible force forever. It is time for the business to recoganise it.
A NEW DAWN BEGINS WITH ECOOMMERCE AND THE WILL OF THE BRITISH BUSINESSES TO USE IT?
Albiet a forced change, online shopping is going to go the new level. User experiences and expectations have been changed too. It is time to embrace ecommerce and move into the ever expanding market across the globe. The high street now extends beyond the post code and extends far and wide.
Covid-19 is going to add more than 5bn to the UK economy. Are you ready to be a part of the ecommerce market?