NXTFactor June Newsletter

NXTFactor June Newsletter
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Although we’ve battled through adversity during this pandemic, NXTFactor’s mission of providing clients with our services continues. To aid in the economic recovery of small businesses, we have decided to offer free marketing and design consulting services to these businesses as well as direct them to other services, such as SBA loans, that can be of their benefit. 

In addition to providing these services, NXTFactor has pledged to volunteer at local hospitals and aid corporate logistical entities with their overwhelming demand to further ensure timely transportation of supplies. Our company’s support for front-line workers has been overwhelming from the top-down. David Zhao and other partners, for example, donated and transported thousands of testing kits to New York clinics on the front lines of the pandemic.

NXTFactor’s investment in helping small businesses bounce back from the shutdown also includes company organized webinars. These free sessions talk directly and specifically to small business owners about PPP programs, government policies, and other systems of reform as the pandemic continues to hinder economic prosperity. 

NXTFactor is committed to being as solution-based as possible. Our team of PR, marketing, and consulting specialists have collaborated about market dynamics, strategy and action plans, how soon to re-open and re-hire, and business e-commerce. Each webinar is a chance for NxtFactor to share our expertise with whoever decides to attend. 

As the carnage of the pandemic begins to lessen, restaurants are beginning to safely re-open their services. Although most restaurants are limited to take out and outdoor dining, this is a trend in the right direction for business owners who have suffered extreme losses these last 4 months. In May, David Zhao, CEO of NXTFactor and a partner of Chubby Cattle, and Bufan Yang, COO of Universal Processing, held online lectures offering advice to attendees who owned food businesses that were struggling to stay afloat. “The restaurant business is tough”, Zhao mentions towards the end of the meeting, “but it’s important to turn your ideas into reality and stay positive”.  

We willfully left out company permitting – a crucial and thriving area of philanthropy. NXT will keep making innovation that may eventually go toward helping the developing world but does not only target small businesses. 

The recording of the webinars is attached below. (Link to webinar recording)

For more details, please pay attention to our Facebook & Instagram: @nxt.factor and WeChat public number @NXTFactor

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