Federation of Small Businesses: Overcoming Covid-19
Yay.com is pleased to have been featured on the inside cover of this month’s edition of the Federation of Small Businesses' (FSB) magazine First Voice. This month’s edition is all about how your business can adapt to and overcome the challenges posed by Covid-19 and come out the other side a stronger, more resilient business.
The issue is chock-full of helpful, sensitive and actionable advice for small businesses, covering wide-ranging topics from employee mental health strategies to incorporate into your employee health and safety and wellness schemes, to the five productivity apps most likely to enable your business while employees continue to work remotely.
If you’re a small business owner or are self-employed, we strongly recommend joining the FSB. To be part of such a supportive and influential organisation, especially in trying times such as these, will only arm you with additional resources and a wider network on which to lean when times get tough.
The FSB’s First Voice magazine is available on subscription for just £42 per annum. For details, contact the FSB publications manager James Connor at email@example.com.
Yay.com continues to support its customers in the transition out of the coronavirus lockdown. During the lockdown, we offered a respite period for customers who were forced to put business on hold, allowing them to ramp up and down their use of their VoIP phone system, and the costs associated, as fluctuations in business dictated.
Moreover, we’ve offered our service pro bono for charities and support groups working to shield and provide for the nation’s most vulnerable during the coronavirus lockdown, including NHS-PPE who provided full-face visors and similar PPE equipment to essential frontline workers when there was a national shortage.
What Our Customers Think
Being in business isn’t just about the financial bottom line. It’s about the emotional bottom line too. At Yay.com, we know that providing a service that helps businesses large and small do their jobs more effectively while providing a human touch is what’s most important. That’s why we put so much emphasis on providing truly excellent support for our customers, no matter the nature of their enquiry or the severity of the difficulties they are facing.
But you don’t have to take our word for it. We are pleased to report that, at the time of writing, we have a 4.97-star average rating from a total of 1,293 reviews. See what our customers have to say about us in their own words by checking out our customer reviews.
If you’re an existing Yay.com customer and are happy with the service we provide, or if you ran a support group or charity during the most troublesome period of the Coronavirus outbreak and feel we offered you valuable support, we would love your feedback. Just head to reviews.io and you’ll be able to leave a rating or a full review at your leisure.