We believe in our partnership and togetherness needed in this moment. Here are some ways Occasion is helping you through Covid19 shutdown.

Customers are bored sitting at home doing nothing. Use Occasion's two pre-built templates to start making money during the shutdowns.

  • At-home Kits - prepacked DIY kits
  • At-home Experiences - live events over video calls

Start Selling At-home Experiences and Kits

Your customers want to show their support for your business. Offer them discounted gift cards for example, $100 in classes for $80.

  • Generate cash flow immediately.
  • Build customer loyalty for when you re-open.

With two simple steps, you can see how much revenue you can expect after your business re-opens.

  • Know when we expect your business may re-open.
  • Know how much revenue to expect for 2020.

*For this analysis, we are using the IHME dataset, also used by the U.S. Government.

For current Occasion partners, we have taken several steps to provide billing relief.

  • If you had an invoice due for payment between April 1 and April 15, 2020 - we have automatically deferred the payment by two weeks.
  • If your annual plan is scheduled to renew between April 1 and May 31, we are changing your renewal date to June 1, 2020 by default.

The U.S. government has made available several loan options for businesses affected by Covid19 shutdowns.

Many cities are arranging for 0% loan to businesses in their communities. Here are few examples - New York City, Birmingham. AL, Chicago

We recommend increasing your working capital credit any way you can. Sum your fixed expenses for 3 months and calculate your cash deficit.

  • Draw down on a line of credit from your bank
  • Increase your credit card limit
  • Apply for loans against your revenues (Square Capital is an excellent example).

If you are a U.S. person, the U.S. government is sending you a check for $1,200. The amount varies based on the size your family and tax returns.

To get your rebate quickly, set-up direct deposit with the IRS.