Posted by Plannedscape Staff
What We Are Thankful For Professionally
One thing to be thankful for is that we’ve survived a chaotic year where lots of other businesses aren’t so lucky to be able to operate as normal. Congratulations to those of you who haven’t missed a beat in 2020 and nothing but empathy and good wishes for those who’ve had a rough year.
Graphic & Web Design
What are you thankful for professionally in 2020?: I’m grateful for the opportunities I’ve had to help my clients reshape their offerings in response to pandemic-related changes to the way they conduct business.
What are you thankful for professionally in 2020?: I’m thankful that the progress of AI truly replacing programmers is still moving at a snail’s pace. And, obviously, I think all of us in tech are very fortunate that the great plague of 2020 didn’t affect our opportunities too much compared to the devastation it had on other industries.
Business Development, Lead Software Developer
What are you thankful for professionally in 2020?: On a specific level for us, I’m glad that we have power company and large essential factory software companies as our tentpole clients, so we’re fortunate to have business that is a bit recession-proof or even pandemic-proof. Personally, I’m very grateful to be in technology and in a company that already was working remotely. Software developers are fortunate have the job that has been least damaged by pandemic precautions.
Affiliate Marketing (Goodsell Marketing)
What are you thankful for professionally in 2020?: I’m thankful that business travel has been curtailed and that online conference technology has been normalized.
Procurement / Channel Partner, Principal (Procuretech)
What are you thankful for professionally in 2020?: As a business owner I was concerned when the pandemic first hit our shores earlier this year that we would be hit hard and lose customers. I was one of the fortunate ones though who had setup a remote based business model back a few years ago. As we have progressed thru this most difficult time I am thankful that my business model has survived and that our customer base is as solid as it's ever been, proving if you give good service and treat your customers well they return in kind and will make your business a success.