Plenty of Ways for Manufacturers to Stay in Touch with Clients


If you thought you and your employees were feeling isolated during the coronavirus safer-at-home initiative, imagine how your clients felt. States and municipalities continue to lift restrictions throughout the United States, but not everyone is ready to travel just yet. Instead of waiting for clients to come to you, manufacturers can reach out to their clients in a variety of ways.

Videoconferencing – On this blog, we praise the virtues of Microsoft Teams as often as possible when it was necessary to keep business operating as smoothly as possible while everyone worked remotely. You can utilize the features of teams outside of internal meetings through one-on-one calls with clients or state-of-the-company, all-inclusive meetings.

Update your website – With the economy taking a turn for the worse, it could be unclear just how strong various companies’ outlooks are for the foreseeable future. Make sure your clients know you’ll be there for them by posting regular updates on your website. This would be the perfect time to start that blog you’ve talked about for so long.

Amp up your social media presence – Another way to give your clients updates on your company’s status is through social media. You can interact instantly with existing and potential clients, snuff out any rumors before they gain traction and promote the best your business has to offer. Rely on LinkedIn for your professional network, but consider jumping on Instagram if you want to present your business in a photogenic manner.

The only wrong way to communicate with your clients during these trying times is to not communicate at all. 2W Tech is a technology service provider, as well as a Microsoft Gold Partner. As an organization, we use Microsoft Teams to communicate with both our internal and our remote workers. Give us a call today and let us help your organization get started using Microsoft Teams.

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