Your business is doing good, but not great. Your existing clientele is satisfied with your work but not excited. You are getting enquiries but potential clients are not getting converted. Your profit margin is consistent but still a struggle to maintain.
Basically, your business has become stagnant. And, with Covid 19, you are having nightmares of losing your client base.
Take a deep breath and relax. You need some fresh air and more than that you probably need Virtual Reality to lend zing to your business.
But what is Virtual Reality?
For the uninitiated, the clue lies in the name. It is the experience of a world that doesn't actually exist. It is created by computers that allow you to experience and interact with a 3D world that isn't real in reality. The display will typically use a headset to split between your eyes, creating a stereoscopic 3D effect with sound. Together with movement tracking, it creates an immersive, believable experience, allowing you to explore the virtual world being generated by the computer.
Well, why do you need a Virtual Reality experience for your business? Because you don’t want to get lost in the digital clutter and end up being forgotten. Keeping up with trends is a pre-requisite for any business, more so if you are in the creative field.
VR can be the perfect choice if you are tired of being seen as average; or if you want to give your clients or consumers something that will make you memorable. No matter which industrial sector you belong to, it sets you apart from the little guys and into the big league.
Consider just a few uses in education alone: for children who will miss the field trips to museums and other places, dissections of virtual animals in biology classes, human anatomy study, and virtual surgery in medical schools.
One thing I have learnt from this digital world is that always make the clients happy by delivering them with the best. The immersive experiences that VR creates make your clients come back to you every time. Your engagement portion is doubled (if not tripled) and your clients can time and again enjoy the experiences like the first time.
You can stay ahead of your competitors because they are still wondering if they want to take the jump ‘beyond reality’. For people in advertising and marketing, it makes your business stand out amid all the noise in the market. Make a business portfolio in VR and win your client’s heart. It is still early days.
VR saves your money. Yes, you heard that right. Many well-known companies are incorporating VR for their employee training and numbers reveal that they are not only time saving but also monetary saving. In many cases it is an excellent substitute for expensive real life experiences.
As a business owner, you probably know that storytelling is a very popular marketing technique. It is liked by the audience since it evokes emotion and helps them to connect with the brand. The emotional experience that comes from VR can’t be compared to the usual storytelling.
So give Virtual Reality a try. There is a lot more you can do with it that you imagine. I promise that you won’t be disappointed.