As the world gradually returns back to pre-pandemic times and places start to open again, it’s now time for businesses to rebuild. It’s challenging for many businesses to get back to where they were previously because consumer habits have been greatly impacted due to COVID-19. It’s important to be creative and use business skills to rebuild your business after the pandemic.
Pierre Subeh, a 22-year-old business expert, author, and award-winning executive producer shares his insights on rebuilding your business after the pandemic. He is widely known for advocating for the representation of the middle-Eastern community and pushing the federal government to recognize the month of April as the National Arab American Heritage Month. He made news recently, following the acknowledgment of his campaign to highlight Middle-Eastern heritage. He was part of the team that successfully got the month of April to be recognized as NAAHM Month by President Biden.
Pierre is also well known in the business world thanks to his natural leadership skills in managing a team. His ability to create a successful business from scratch has made him a force to reckon with in business. Pierre has always been fascinated with business from a young age and became an entrepreneur when he was 17 years old. His company, X Network, a marketing and research firm, is doing exceptionally well and has worked with brands like Pepsi, Abbott Laboratories, Starbucks, and Apple. Pierre's success and contributions to the business community have earned him coverage on Forbes, The New York Post, Yahoo News, and CNBC.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected his businesses, but Pierre is already on track to full, professional recovery. Pierre believes that every business has the opportunity to bounce back to life and continue making profits. The first thing you should consider as an entrepreneur is the damage the pandemic has caused your business. You should compare the previous years' statistics with the statistics after the pandemic. Examine the current financial situation of your business and devise a plan to rebuild better.
Pierre believes that a re-examination of your business plan and strategies is very important to come back stronger. If you are adversely affected, try re-accessing your plans and set new targets that resonate with the current business environment. The new goals and strategy should factor in your current capital and the available workforce to sustain the business.
Even though it may not seem like it, right now is a great time to start a business. The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly altered consumer behavior, creating a need for businesses to adapt. Pierre believes that this is not the time for hard work, but rather a time to work smart. Additionally, it’s not the time to multitask. Besides the pandemic and rebuilding your business, Pierre also believes that multitasking should never exist in any business. You should focus on one task at a time to work both effectively and efficiently. Finally, strive to create an emergency plan. It is more essential now than ever for securing your business against future unknowns.