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A message from our CEO

A quick update about how we are all getting on.

Hi Everyone,

I just wanted to do a short update to let you know how we are all doing at Clicky.

We decided to have a trial day from home on the 13th of March in preparation & I am so glad we did! We then took the decision on Monday the 16th to have a 90% workforce working from home followed by asking all 50 of us to head home by last Wednesday. It’s working and our clients are keeping us busy.

A week later we have seen some of the most life-affirming acts of kindness and support I could have ever hoped for. Our team are pulling out all the stops to deliver for our clients, our clients are handling the situation with care and we’ve even agreed on new contracts with some clients keeping their eyes focussed on the long term.

We have quickly realised that we are not a building but a group of incredibly talented, dynamic and thoughtful people with brilliant relationships with their clients.

Slack has become our best friend and at any one time, there are hundreds of video calls, screen shares and group message discussions going on. Thank goodness for technology in all of this!

We successfully launched one of our biggest ever web projects yesterday too – all remotely. Here is what Raleigh Bikes had to say:

Anna & the Clicky team have been brilliant during these unprecedented times and they’ve been doing all they can to support us. Whether it’s helping us launch a new website, or drive the optimisation of our eCommerce and digital marketing, they have acted quickly at short notice, and have been proactive in coming forth with new ideas. Thank you!  🙌

We are the lucky ones able to work from home, our hearts go out to all those less fortunate and we will all be doing what we can to help look after our community and our brilliant NHS during this time.

“Tough times don’t last, tough teams do”   👊

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Written by Oli Yeates

CEO/Founder

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