Company Update: COVID-19 - Development Ready
Posted by Development Ready on Mar 19, 2020

Hello All,

As we all know COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is having a significant health and economic impact on the lives of all Australians. Our thoughts are with all the families who have been affected. As conscientious citizens we’re doing our small part to help contain its spread.

Our Team Are All Working Off-Site.
Effective from this week our entire Development Ready team have transitioned to working off-site from home.

We are fortunate that our business is predominantly online and telephone based therefore we have been able to continue operating efficiently. However for the short-term we have suspended face-to-face personal communications and meetings in favour of conference calls and Facetime.

Website Engagement Has Increased.
Interestingly, over the last two-week period the Development Ready website has experienced a significantly high level of engagement in terms of page views and user-time on site - no doubt a consequence of our many website users also working from home.

With 2020 continuing its strong cycle off the back of the latter half of last year, we expect resilience to current market pressures however we recognise the challenges ahead. Agency clients have indicated that their pipeline volumes of new sites scheduled to launch to market is encouraging. Development Ready will continue to provide the best possible service.

Thank You for Your Ongoing Support
We clearly recognise that in the short to medium term Australia’s business environment will encounter numerous disruptions – both expected and unexpected. Thank you all for your ongoing support and please feel free to reach out if you have any comments, queries or require assistance.

Best Wishes,
Nick Materia, Founder of Development Ready

Robert Langton
[email protected]
+61 438 460 801

Will Pickering
[email protected]
+61 412 934 102

Marcus Materia
[email protected]
+61 400 582 136

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