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In this newsletter December 2020:
End-of-year tips 2020: perspective for the future

We are happy to share our end-of-year tips for 2020, an unusual year in every respect. 2020 brought a new reality that was unfathomable this time last year. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a massive shock to the world and the global economy, and it has affected every business differently. We are living in uncertain times. But despite all the hardships, you might also want to look at the crisis as an opportunity to make some much-needed decisions, some of which are perhaps long overdue. We urge you to use the last few weeks of the year to shore up your organisation’s resilience.

Perspective for the future of your business
Reflecting on the future of your business in the Netherlands is about determining your focus: what is really important? Whatever happens, you are not alone: Accon International is here to help you and your business.

We wish you good health and all the best in the New Year.

Kind regards,
Accon International
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