Solve Web Media turns offline businesses, online
Digitising businesses so that they can run their business during lockdown.
A Cornish digital design company has found a unique way of helping offline businesses amid the uncertainty of the current Coronavirus pandemic.
Cornwall-based digital web company Solve Web Media are digitising businesses who are otherwise non-digital/offline so that they can continue running their business during the government lockdown.
By offering live video streaming and simple online shop packages, Solve Web Media are turning offline businesses, online.
One local business that has benefited from Solve’s offline/online transformation is Padstow Kitchen Garden. Farmer, Ross Geach, who runs the company said:
In the wake of the lockdown we realised that we had to adapt our business to support the needs of our customers so that people could order and arrange delivery of our farm produce from home. We asked Solve to help turn us from offline to online. Since they have turned us digital we are seeing more sales than ever and we are able to continue our family business, albeit in a new way.
Along with offline/online transformations, Solve is also able to set up integrated video conferencing (at a reduced cost) so companies can continue to operate remotely. The industry-leading system means businesses can easily video-call customers and even run virtual classes or webinars through their own website. This simple addition enables customer-facing businesses and organisations to continue to offer their services and can give their online support to thousands of customers who need them.
Solve is also offering free audits to maximise the potential of businesses who are currently online. Company director Lawrence Harmer says:
We work hard to support local business and want to do our bit because we’re all in this together. There has never been a better time for people to stay connected.