Businesses in many different industries could benefit from offering online classes.
A handful of states are starting to reopen, but that doesn’t mean that it’s too late to start offering online classes. Even though people will soon be able to go out in certain states, many people will still prefer to do as much as they can online, and that will likely be the case for the foreseeable future — at least until some sort of vaccination becomes available or testing becomes more widely available.
It’s easy to see how fitness centers, martial arts centers, music instructors, and other businesses, that already offer classes, could benefit from moving them online. But, businesses in many different industries could also benefit from offering classes for the first time in a digital format.
Restaurants, massage clinics, barber shops, and other businesses that largely operate face-to-face are likely to see a reduction in in-person business, even in states that have reopened, or will soon. These types of businesses could all make up a little bit of that revenue by offering online classes in cooking, DIY hair care, how to ease sore muscles on your own, etc. They could even offer package deals where customers could pay for a class, along with a kit that contains the ingredients or products they need to make the most of it.
Offering online classes is an easy way to stay connected with your students or customers, as well as to keep your business top of mind.