COVID-19: Why business owners need to improvise to survive, Top socialite, Asumoh Enyiema speaks


Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Nigerian born international socialite, Asumoh Enyiema who doubles as the CEO of famous restaurant in Manhattan ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ have advised that there is urgent need for business owners generally to improvise to keep their respective businesses running.

Speaking recently at an event, Enyiema spoke extensively to individuals and companies in the food business sighting the need to work closely with delivery companies to get their business to potential clients when the need arises and the effective use of social media must be introduced.

He said ‘ with the recent COVID-19 outbreak and several measures put in place to curb the spread, there is however need to embrace the effective use of social media as a vital tool for marketing and reaching out to clients; thereby enabling the social distance order put in the place by government agencies.

It is however pertinent to note that Asumoh Enyiema is a former lieutenant who has served two combat tours in the past and also a certified fitness trainer with an array of clients.

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