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Four customers, four countries, one story

SMEs are the beating heart of the economy. During 2020 we’ve all faced uncertainty and change. We spoke to four of our customers - Gandys in the UK, Drees & Sommer in Germany, DEHA in Italy, and Corral & Vargas in Spain - about their experiences and the challenges they’ve faced. Listen to how they’ve stayed connected with their teams and with their customers, the unexpected things they’ve learnt, and how they’ve turned uncertainty into opportunity. We’re proud to support these businesses and many more.

Four customers, four countries, one story

Take a look at our customers’ stories

Gandys: Staying connected in uncertain times

Gandys

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

Drees & Sommer: Keeping the conversation going

Drees & Sommer

For Drees & Sommer being prepared for change is critical. Listen to how this international consulting company who work in the building and real estate sector, set-up a smart home working system which included daily catch ups with the team. They’ve learnt positive things from this difficult situation, including that keeping in regular contact with each other is vital for their business.

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

DEHA

DEHA produce sportswear for women. This year they’ve had to focus on e-commerce, and having a stable environment to exchange data has been critical. Watch to find out how they’ve turned 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

Corral & Vargas, a family run dental business, has had many challenges to face. Being able to keep in contact with patients remotely has been critical, and being able to do so in a secure and agile way has been vital. Listen to how they’ve adapted their business to be able to continue serving their patients at a very difficult time.

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