Adapting to the Coronavirus crisis has meant changing behavior for many, but with a little creativity and planning, many businesses have seen beyond the challenges we face and found solutions.
At LemonTop, we have kept going because of what we offer our clients.
We have helped them get their products online by building ecommerce websites and helping them promote their business through social media and digital marketing.
Many of our clients have customers asking about online sales. We have created ecommerce sites for those who needed them and modified existing sites to cope with a much higher demand for home deliveries.
We’ve helped many businesses on Aycliffe Business Park keep in the public eye over the lockdown period. We’ve developed a new website for Discover Brightwater, who are doing great work redeveloping the River Skerne and surrounding areas.
We’ve designed a new range of bottles for The Herbal Gin Company, who are really shaking up the spirits industry with their modern take on traditional gin flavours.
We’ve also been working with Rare Rockets, an interpreting service for the deaf, and Excelpoint, the innovative software provider based on the park.
We realise that although this period of lockdown can seem uninspiring it has also brought out many people’s creative side.
The LemonTop team has been sharing knowledge through social media, keeping our blog up to date, and inspiring people to be more creative and imaginative.
The future looks like it’s going to be very interesting indeed.
Creative Director, LemonTop Creative