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Four customers, four countries, one story

We’ve all faced uncertainty and the pressure to adapt during a difficult 2020. None more so than small and medium-sized businesses – the beating heart of any economy – who have faced unprecedented challenges to operate this year.

We spoke to four of our customers from across the globe – Gandys from the UK, Drees & Sommer in Germany, DEHA in Italy and Corral & Vargas in Spain – about their experiences running a small business during these difficult times. They shared how they’ve stayed connected with customers and colleagues, their key learnings and how they’ve found opportunity amidst uncertainty.

We’re proud to support these businesses and many more through our V-Hub, packed with insights, guidance and support for small and medium-sized businesses – all in one place.

Four customers, four countries, one story

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Gandys: Staying connected in uncertain times

Gandys

Paul and Rob Forkan lost their parents in the Boxing Day Tsunami of 2004. In their memory they created Gandys, a travel-inspired fashion brand dedicated to doing good by building kids’ campuses and giving back to underprivileged children around the world. Discover how they’ve kept connected with their customers and each other during these changing times.

Drees & Sommer: Keeping the conversation going

Drees & Sommer

For Drees & Sommer, being prepared for change is critical. Keeping in regular contact is vital for their business and with remote daily catch-ups, they’ve found positives in a difficult situation. Find out how this international building and real estate consulting company set up a smart home working system to continue operations in a changing world.

Turning problems into possibilities: DEHA's COVID-19 success

DEHA

DEHA produce sportswear for women. This year they’ve had to focus on ecommerce, and having a stable environment to exchange data has been critical. Explore how they’ve been able to turn a problem into an opportunity and created an even closer team environment along the way.

Corral & Vargas: Helping patients remotely in the new normal

Corral & Vargas

As a family-run dental business, Corral & Vargas have faced many challenges this year. Being able to keep in contact with patients remotely has been hugely important, as has doing so in a secure and agile way. Listen to how they’ve adapted their business to continue serving patients during a very challenging time.

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