When the going gets tough, the tough gets going. It is truly believed by one of Central India’s renowned Branding and design consultants. Coronavirus has most definitely taken the world by storm, affecting each and every type of business of every scale, every Industry. As a result of the lockdown, the food and beverage industry is majorly affected. Thinkin Birds Communications, whose major clientele comprises of F&B brands, has selflessly taken the edge off their burden by extending their annual retainership contracts by two months without any retainer fees.
This pandemic has taken a toll on everyone’s mental, physical, financial and emotional capacity. It is a time to be there for each other and help as much as one can. Client support and Agency go hand in hand. And Thinkin’Birds has a tight bunch of supportive clients who have always been there. With this little support, they have given the clients a much needed helping hand. Working with 24/7 support, they have always stood by their clients like a rock during their emergencies. It would be unfair to take this credit opportunity from them for this act of kindness. “It is such a great gesture on their part, I really appreciate it a lot.” Stated one of the brand owners.
They say you discover the strength of your relationships during a crisis. What could be worse than a pandemic to disrupt a business? Truly enough their clients were relieved with this real support extended by the agency. For when this pandemic is over, the brands will have negligible or even no capital to start afresh and may spiral into a hole of losses. The foundation of their trust and support has only gotten more concrete with this crisis. With the global economic slowdown, this small gesture to lend the necessary support to its Brands, by Thinkin’Birds, will definitely fuel the confidence level of the clients.
Bhavik Mehta, Brand Chief at Thinkin’Birds advises all the other brands/influencers and other agencies,”This is the right time to utilise the digital platform, engage your audience with quality content and use the traffic wisely.”