Outsource2Us explains how the #MakingItForQLD Campaign can shine a light on local manufacturing businesses during these uncertain times.
Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic and its associated restrictions, many Australian companies are experiencing delays from imports. The Australian economy is in a fragile state and we having to rely on our own manufacturing. Not only has the economy been affected, many workplaces are having to adjust to virtual contact and there are high rates of unemployment across the country. To support the economy, the Queensland Government is asking local manufacturers to share their inspiring stories as part the #MakingItForQLD campaign.
Queensland manufacturers are rising to the occasion and increasing their production to fight against coronavirus. This hashtag is centred around manufacturers sharing inspiring stories and showcasing the hard work they are putting in to supporting the state.
We are proud to say we are managing our client, Paintec’s participation in the #MakingItForQLD campaign. Paintec is a Brisbane based coatings manufacturer specialising in water-based coatings, committed to protecting our amazing Australian environment!
“#MakingItForQLD is a fantastic initiative that we are happy to be a part of! Aussies supporting Aussies” says Brendan McAuliffe, Paintec Group Managing Director.
Now is the time to reshape your company and return better than ever before. So how can the #MakingItForQLD help your company bounce back?
Showcase your work
Those who are participating in #MakingItForQLD are using the hashtag as an opportunity to showcase their workplace to the public. Employees are taking photos with the hashtag in their working environment to display what goes on behind the scenes. Your business can do the same by posting photos online to show your clients the background effort your employees are making during the pandemic.
Consider the position of your company post-pandemic
Use the lockdown as a time to consider your organisation’s position in your industry. Who are you in your market, who are your competitors, and can you regain any lost ground? Resilience is key here, so take the time to map your probable positions as restriction ease.
Plan new projects
While this pandemic appears like a permanent outbreak, we must keep level-headed and remind ourselves it is only temporary. To prepare for the post-pandemic world, begin future proofing your organisation by planning new projects to launch. Ready your resources and employees for a strategic response.
Join the #MakingItForQLD campaign today to celebrate and support Queenslanders as our state tackles this pandemic head-on. Outsource2Us can help your company bounce back from the pandemic and maintain a positive relationship with your clients.