You’ve had to sit back and watch thousands of people commit crimes against beauty (and sanity) during lockdown, but it’s almost your time to shine again! We’re here to help you stand up against terrible home haircuts, poorly shaped eyebrows, and hot wax disasters by getting your business set up and ready to reopen with a bang!
Your client relationship is always important, but it’s absolute gold to your business right now. There are lots of awesome Timely features that will be vital to your business once you’re open again and that your clients will love you for having; so now is a great time to launch those features and get your clients onboard and excited.
We’re always workin’ (it) hard to build features that will have a positive impact on your business, but we know many of you are struggling during these uncertain times, so we’ve stepped it up a notch! We’re doing everything we can to get the best features and improvements out the door that will have the biggest benefit during and post COVID-19. Here’s a sneak peek of all the goodness we’ve delivered and what’s coming up.
Your clients will be desperate to see you once you’re back up and running, so this week’s bootcamp will show you how to manage your appointments with online booking, jazzy marketing, and automation of those time consuming admin jobs so Timely does the heavy lifting for you!
It’s super important to be thinking about how your business can generate cash both before you open your doors again, and afterwards. The businesses that can continue to generate revenue while they're closed and then take advantage of the demand when they have an open date will be back on their feet faster, and better prepared to tackle any future restrictions or changes to the industry.
The competitive landscape has changed for many businesses, and now is the perfect time to be thinking about your marketing strategy. Timely will have you armed and ready for action when your doors reopen with a suite of powerful marketing tools to help you stay two steps ahead of your competition and build and retain your clients.
If you’re a business owner in the UK, you’ve probably seen or heard about the Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative for VAT registered businesses.
In this interview, salon accountant Andrew Barraclough talks through the current guidance from the UK government, breaking down the relief options available to business owners.