New Book Restarting your Business After the Pandemic
This book is written for the business owner who is planning to re-open his business after the pandemic.
PHOENIX - May 26, 2020 - PRLog -- To the business owner, the author writes:
"As you look over your options, you learn that before you can open your business again, you must follow the protocol prescribed by the government that could mean a phase-in of your restart. This means you will not be earning money for some time – but you will have to pay out a lot in the meantime.
"This new book is designed to help you restart your business after the Coronavirus pandemic. You will find here all the right questions, how you can find the answers and the forms you need to walk through your restart and coming success. This book is based upon a "Restart Checklist" provided by the author. You can use this checklist to help you ask and answer the right questions for this time in our nation's history. Next you'll find four SWOT Analysis forms that will help you assess your company's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in a realistic manner so you can develop project plans and reporting systems for yourself, your staff and your suppliers to help you navigate the future and prime your workforce for a dynamic restart. Finally, I've included Decision-Making and Problem-Solving worksheets to help you think through the tough issues of the the coming days."
Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/
About the Author
Robert Villegas is an American writer born in Weslaco, TX. He spent over twenty-seven years as a UPS executive in Indiana and worked in locations all over Europe including Germany, England, and Spain. His work was used in Germany, England and Singapore to establish computerized call centers for UPS. At UPS Indiana, he worked as a Call Center Manager and Telecommunications Manager. He was involved in helping to transition UPS from paper-based processes to computerized networks and digital record keeping. He worked with early digital technologies and was the first telecommunications managers to develop a system for communicating to drivers while they were on their routes. After leaving UPS, Mr. Villegas started his own sport marketing company specializing in writing sponsorship proposals for race car drivers and other athletes. Clients included Johnny Parsons, Jeff Ward, Larry Foyt and Alexander Rossi to name a few. He also worked as a technical writer in the burgeoning telecommunications industry in South Florida where he created many successful sales presentations and marketing documents. He also built his company's first website and worked for companies throughout the country including New York City, Boston, San Francisco, Sacramento, Chicago, Miami, Minneapolis, Vancouver BC, and other locations.
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