Summersault is a fitness wear company that offers costumes for runners. Due to the MCO, running events have either been cancelled or postponed. So they took a strategic approach in coping with the changes in their business. See what founder Lily Sim has to say about what they did to weather the effects of COVID-19.
Hornbill Time & Wear on Adding Value and Being Present – #KitaSapotKita
Hornbill Time & Wear is a Kuala Lumpur-based brand that takes inspiration from local batik patterns for their signature timepieces and printed socks.
As 70% of their sales are generated offline, the cancellation of event booths due to the MCO was no small matter for them. So they swiftly shifted their focus online and did more than just sell products.
See what the CEO, Syazleen Sies, has to say about adding value to their offerings and continuing their visibility.
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Kumon is one of the largest supplementary education providers in the world with over 4 million students worldwide. Upon the announcement of the MCO, Kumon Malaysia centres were immediately closed and they were faced with the challenge of ensuring centres and classes run well remotely. Hear from general manager Yosuke Sugawa and instructor Penny Law on their efforts in keeping stakeholders updated and classes uninterrupted.
CARiNG Pharmacy has more than 120 concept stores nationwide, and as an essential service company, it’s business as usual for them during the MCO. However, with reduced operating hours and other challenges, they had to find ways to still deliver strong service while keeping customers and staff safe.