Covid–19 has definitely created some challenges; there have however been some positives that have emerged. The forced time at home has allowed families to spend more time together, encouraged us to enjoy the outdoors, and really appreciate our local small businesses.
On the other hand, the forced isolation has pushed us into awkward Zoom meetings and impersonal phone calls. The opportunity to see a real person, (albeit behind a mask) and carry on a cheerful conversation, as well as that feeling that comes with a person-to-person meeting, cannot be replicated over technology.
At LCTaylor, your local Licensed Insolvency Trustee, we understand the importance of supporting local businesses, being able to meet in person, and have a heart-to-heart conversation about what is going on in your life financially. The opportunity to drop into the office and share the fact that you are again sleeping at night, were able to buy a new house or were able to afford to send your kid to university.
Sure, we are available by phone or FaceTime or Zoom like all of the other national firms, some of which don’t actually have a real person in Winnipeg. But, unlike the insolvency firms from around the country, with no history in Winnipeg, trying to take your business, LCTaylor has employees who are born and raised in Manitoba and are here, in Winnipeg, to meet with you.
We at LCTaylor understand the small things, which only Winnipeggers could understand: eagerly waiting for the next social with the kielbasa, pickles and cubed cheese, the next White Out party when our Jets head to the playoffs, making sure we get a Slurpee so that we can continue to keep our World Record Standing or waiting in the line of cars on 59 to get into the Folk Festival. These things will all be back post-Covid and we will be there with you enjoying the things that make Winnipeg and Manitoba special.
When making decisions about re-building your financial future, remember that nobody understands the unique challenges that Winnipeggers face more than another Winnipegger, people from Toronto or Calgary just don’t understand. #Winnipeg Proud