Hope everyone enjoyed their long weekend. Our team came across a talk from Quickbooks VP Chris Evans during this year's Quickbook Connect event on the rise of the pandemic start-up.
According to Evans' research, the number of start-ups had increased by 14% last year and some have shown themselves to be thriving despite the difficult conditions.
And it seems that social media is a big part of these lockdown businesses' success as, according to another Quickbooks study, 3 in 4 pandemic start-ups rely on them and some spend a whopping 7 hours a day keeping their channels up to date.
With this in mind, What are peoples' experiences with pandemic start-ups - have you noticed an uptick amongst your clients? Also, will you be changing your social media strategy in light of its increasing use amongst potential clients? (As long as it doesn't take you away from the Any Answers community of course!)
Thanks everyone, looking forward to hearing from you.