Training Vision Institute has specially designed a digital marketing course to help businesses mitigate the impact of the outbreak and continue to increase sales during this time. After the Circuit Breaker was implemented, citizens are now required to practice elevated safe-distancing; with students doing home-based learning and the workforce continuing their work from home.
Not all F&B businesses are allowed to operate now and dining-in is strictly prohibited. Many are turning to using delivery apps and online platforms to continue attracting consumers. However, an article from Channel News Asia, it was reported that restaurants will experience a 80% revenue downfall during and after Covid-19.
Restaurants may face difficulties adjusting to the digital space, especially now that the competition is tougher than ever. It’s all about challenging traditional mindsets and dominating the digital landscape.
Training Vision Institute’s F&B Digital Marketing Training Accelerator can help F&B businesses overcome the effects of this pandemic. The programme is designed for business owners to explore digital marketing strategies and implement campaigns that will attract footfall into their online platforms and continue to generate revenue.
The programme will be available on TVI Online, our very own e-learning platform. Leaders and staff can both upskill using our 40 hours of work-from-home friendly content.
Companies may choose between two packages:
Business can also enjoy the following benefits:
A training grant of $3,600 from Enterprise Singapore
Companies will only pay $400* after the training grant
A $500 completion bonus after successfully execution a digital campaign
Our team will provide coaching on how to execute and maintain a Facebook marketing campaign even after completion of the programme.
We only have 200 slots available for this programme. Register here to reserve your seat.
Now is the time to challenge traditional mindsets and discover new ways to attract, retain and deliver the best customer experience to your consumers.
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