- Companies around the world are reaching out to small businesses, hit hard by the pandemic, offering ways to help in these tough times. CYBUR is one such company, offering a deal that lasts a lifetime.
Between March 1 and July 25, 2020, more than 80,000 small businesses across the United States closed their doors for the last time. The hard-working men and women who own small businesses that are still open are worried they could be next. In fact, a recent study from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce finds 58% of small business owners in the U.S. are still concerned about what the future may hold.
But, what if these small businesses had a little help getting back on track, rebuilding their customer base, and expanding beyond the front door?
Artificial intelligence company CYBUR is offering small businesses a way to do that, free of charge, and for life.
CYBUR is a global artificial intelligence company, that offers complete web services from design to marketing and even shipping and e-commerce. Using AI and human experts, CYBUR can draft a brand new, customized website for any company in about 60 seconds. More than 10,000 companies around the world have trusted CYBUR to help grow their businesses already, and now CEO Charles Glar wants to help small companies that may need a hand getting back up and running.
Any business owner who takes part in the free web hosting will also get a little help with marketing and promotions. Glar will provide any owner with free marketing materials that provide small businesses with helpful tools to attract customers and build your brand.
Charles Glar is offering free web hosting services through CYBUR for life for small businesses impacted by the recession. A two-month sign-up period will start December 7th 2020 and any small business owner is invited to learn more.
Small businesses are the backbone of our American cities and towns. The men and women who own these small companies build their lives around them, and when the Covid-19 pandemic began, they were the first to feel the shift. This is just one of many ways Glar is using his artificial intelligence technology and top-tier experts to help people hit hard by the pandemic and recession.