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Get your business fit and ready for January

We all recognise the new year as a time to look to the future and think about personal goals and targets for the months ahead. Whether we want to get fit, lose weight, save for our dream holiday or just spend more time with the family, the new year is when we are most motivated to do something about it. January can be a great time for business planning too. Yet after the rush of Christmas, many brands seem to go into hibernation, and are slow to pick up the pace again into January. So here are three ideas to ensure that you kick off 2018 with renewed energy:

Get promoting

There are great opportunities to gain share of voice after the busy Christmas period. With less competition for keywords across major platforms, January is a good time to launch social media advertising campaigns and may even deliver you the best value results of the year.

Build loyalty

These days January trading is about more than just cut price deals and stock clearance. It’s a time when people look to make longer term savings and purchases that build towards their aspirations and goals. Have a sale, by all means, but combine it with great service to attract longer term, loyal customers.  

Review tech inventory

For businesses of all sizes, the new year is also the perfect time to review your tech inventory. This year, we are focusing our O2 January sale offers on the technology that your business actually needs. So if you feel hampered by slow, outdated or defective devices, head over to the O2 January sale. You’ll find exceptional offers and deals on airtime and data, as well on phones, tablets, sim only and mobile internet devices:

· Save up to £120 on airtime when you buy any phone on our 50GB tariff

· Save £84 on our 12GB sim only tariff, now just £20 per month

So take the opportunity now to equip your business with the latest, great value technology. For these, and our other O2 January sale offers, click here.

 



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