Everyone in the industry is cash-strapped and trying to survive and even the one’s with marketing teams will be finding it tough to cut-through using the marketing methods that were getting them results only a year ago.
BROKEN HILL, Australia (PRWEB) May 27, 2020
Harley Cannard (@harls_cannard) has been dominating the hospitality world and has positioned him self as a global leader with ecommerce and marketing strategy.
A young entrepreneur who has been recognised by Forbes as a thought leader and invited as a Forbes Agency Council Member. Harley Cannard has pioneered a unique marketing strategy for scaling businesses thats bulletproof and is ready to deploy it into Covid effected businesses.
Fingers-crossed. Touching wood. The worst of the COVID-19 crisis may be behind us. And like endangered marsupials emerging cautiously from dark burrows and blinking into the sunlight, people everywhere are leaving isolation and venturing once again into public places as lockdown provisions slowly lighten.
From isolation in their home in one of Australia’s most remote towns and using nothing but a pair of laptops and 4G internet, Harley Cannard (Ceo Amz Automation Australia) and Rebecca Cannard (Founder Easy Eatz) manage and consult to some of the most well known businesses, hotels and ecommerce brands across the globe. In fact Harley Cannard was invited to join Forbes as a thought leader and contributing Forbes Agency Council Member for his achievements.
"Living in a place like Broken Hill teaches you how to leverage the internet," said Harley Cannard, "and while it’s been around for quite some time, most people still don’t know how to fully use the internet to improve their businesses. In fact, they’re pretty afraid of it."
With a personal travel-focused Instagram following topping 60,000 followers (http://www.instagram.com/travellingfor2/), an extensive client base of some of the worlds most well known brands, hotel groups and businesses, hospitality and tourism industry veterans turned digital entrepreneurs, Harley Cannard and Rebecca Cannard understand how intertwined digital marketing and
tourism have become.
“The problem we solve & why clients come to us is because we get clients saying business has stopped growing, marketing performance has declined and traffic is down. We help them through understanding their business inside and out and using analytical thinking with accurate data by testing, optimising, refining then deploying a data driven marketing strategy, reviving and driving economic growth back into their business. Often we get told to put the brakes on our campaigns, which is a good problem to have!”
"Normally, around this time of year, Bec and me would be picking new places to travel to, though of course, that’s not going to happen this year, the past 2 months has been the longest time we've spent grounded in the past 3 years."
"And after the bush fires and now Coronavirus, we can see how much our tourism industry is suffering, so we decided that we can do something useful to help businesses that need a hand."
Starting in their home state of New South Wales, Harley and Bec plan to travel throughout Australia volunteering their services, consulting to participating hotels and resorts for nothing but room and board.
"Everyone in the industry is cash-strapped and trying to survive and even the one’s with marketing teams will be finding it tough to cut-through using the marketing methods that were getting them results only a year ago. We have quite an established company now with 30 employees under me and I've briefed my managers to hold the fort so I can now focus my time on giving back to businesses in need."
With the survival thousands of accommodation providers and the livelihoods of hundreds-of-thousands
of workers in the balance, Harley and Rebecca hope to make a big impact.
"We expect there to be lots of hotels and resorts looking for help refining their marketing strategy and ultimately getting their message directly to visitors to increase traffic and compete for attention."
"Once we release our tour map and dates, we’ll try to make ourselves available to as many businesses as we can. Once we finish with Australia and once borders open again we can then help the rest of the world, one country at a time."