B2B companies need to get ahead of the changing trends. Source: Unsplash/Signmund.

Stephen Darracott

How to prepare business for five post-pandemic trends

Stephen Darracott
Business Advice
3 minute Read

One of the biggest changes emerging from the global pandemic has been to business operations, as an increasing number of workers worldwide embraced hybrid working environments. And as remote and hybrid work create less formal business environments, the lines between business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) experiences have blurred.

As a result, there’s been a shift to a more personalised way of doing business and new trends for B2B customer experience have emerged.

Businesses should review how they can better meet clients’ expectations to remain relevant into the future. Five trends have started to appear for the post-pandemic economy and businesses must prepare to meet each one head-on.

Five post-pandemic trends


Increased expectations for personalisation

The need for B2B organisations to invest in greater personalisation for their customers is rising. Customers expect companies to provide a more individualised and relevant approach, recognise their preferences, and anticipate their needs before they realise it themselves.

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