On account of the coronavirus pandemic, many businesses in Liechtenstein have had to close temporarily. Liechtenstein Marketing and Liechtenstein Chamber of Commerce are now planning to offer a helping hand to these businesses. They have launched an online platform (www.liechtenstein.li/zemma) where domestic enterprises, which have recently been forced to switch to a delivery service or alternative delivery routes, can register free of charge.
“Due to the rapid developments over recent days, many customers have lost sight of which companies are offering which services”, comments Michelle Kranz, CEO of Liechtenstein Marketing, in a press release. She adds: “Our aim is to provide local businesses with a free platform to increase the visibility of their adapted services”.
The platform has been well received by companies. In the past few days, a total of 120 entrepreneurs, service providers and restaurant owners have already registered, the press release explains. In order to register, companies simply have to submit a list of the products and services that they offer at zemma(at)liechtenstein.li.