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Helpful Coronavirus Wedding Resources Every Creative Business Needs to Know About

1. HoneyBook Resources

I have been using HoneyBook for years, and I can always rely on them to jump on any situation. They have created so much helpful information for businesses to pull from.

How to prepare your business for coronavirus – 18 protection steps

How to prepare your business for coronavirus

  1. Get and stay informed
  2. Revisit your cancellation and rescheduling policies
  3. Add three clauses into your contract templates: Force Majeure Clause, Safe Working Environment Clause, and Failure of Company to Perform Services Clause
  4. Create a strategy to battle cancellations
  5. Proactively manage your client relationships
  6. Issue a message to inquiries/clients
  7. Know how to enforce retainer payments for cancelled events/projects
  8. Plan for backup help
  9. Get video meeting software
  10. Understand your financial position
  11. Identify new revenue streams
  12. Pivot your business strategy
  13. Create a playbook
  14. Identify ways to supplement income
  15. Tap into city resources
  16. Start saving now
  17. Take care of yourself, your family and your team
  18. Lean on community 

What To Say When: Swipe Copy for Responding to Coronavirus Scenarios

Coronavirus & Small Businesses Resource Hub

“As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to impact the global community, we have seen many questions and concerns regarding how to navigate this challenging time as a small business.

We’ve created this real-time resource library that will help you manage your business as impacts of the coronavirus continue.

People come first at HoneyBook, and we are committed to supporting our community and your business however we can. We are monitoring the situation closely and will continue to do everything in our power to support you and your business as you navigate the road ahead.”

Force Majeure Clause Sample [Free Template]

To help in minimizing the impact on your business from coronavirus outbreak.

2. CDC Information for Travel

Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers

Everything you need to know about the Coronavirus: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and you

“If you are sick, to keep from spreading respiratory
illness to others, you should
• Stay home when you are sick.
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the
tissue in the trash.
• Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects
and surfaces.”

They also refer to The Occupational Safety and Health Administration .

3. Ways to socially distance, while still serving.

Consider apps like Zoom that my friend Casey with Cultivate Event Co. shared about on her Instagram.

“Hopefully helpful information for all my vendor friends: one of my favorite tools that I currently use is Zoom. It’s a virtual meeting room that you can use for free (I currently have a subscription, but it is free up to 45 minutes per meeting). This allows me to take face-to-face meetings with clients without leaving my home. You can also share your screen, which I find helpful when reviewing their design together.” – Casey with Cultivate Event Co.

4. Sharing tools and resources with our clients to help them transition – Ciarra Claire Shop

Customized Digital Download and DIY Print File to inform guests of new arrangements for weddings in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

“This download is a note designed for those who have had to postpone their wedding due to the current Corona Virus outbreak and have yet to solidify a new date. Simply send the downloaded image via email or text to remind your guests to check your website for up-to-date details. Our digital design is an elegant letterpress mockup so you can continue your elevated wedding aesthetic without adding to costs associated with the current health crisis.”

5. Coronavirus Best Practices And Clauses To Have In Your Contracts by The Legal Paige

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