LOCKDOWN | With the right tools, working remotely can make a business

In this edition of the Business Day Spotlight, we look at the impact of remote working and potential closures on small businesses, due to the coronavirus (Covid-19).

Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined on the line by Lauren du Plooy, director at accounting software specialist firm, Rae & Associates and Intuit QuickBooks trainer.

The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in a general business slowdown, as well as more people working and staying at home in an age of social distancing.

Du Plooy manages a small team that has been operating remotely for the last four years, relying on tech and cloud applications to run the business and shares her tips for working effectively in such situations. She speaks about how they have gone about equipping their own business and clients for remote working.