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Even though the shop “Kunstkolonialen” in Lillesand has closed its doors because of koronapandemien, have the retailer Trine Wilhelmine Rønnevig managed to increase sales compared to last year.

The key word is social media.

– Behind a closed door is there any way to send live, ” says Rønnevig.

In the store she makes now livesendinger by the use of live-ability that lies in Facebook.

It is not so much to the to only a mobile and preferably a tripod.

Then it is about to do its job in a slightly different way.

– All who runs the shop has a knowledge of their goods. When you don’t have anything scripted. You just have to talk to customers and do not care about how one looks and sounds.

the Broadcast can be seen on the store’s own Facebook page, which has followers from both Lillesand and other places in the country.

the Goods to be paid via Vipps before they are sent to the right person.

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Mona Hauglid engaged in “Mona Hauglid Photos” and have photography as their livelihood, have also changed the way she works on.

After the agreement with the customers shooting she them either at long distance or through a window.

– I have tried to find out how you can capture life through the vindusruta without it being “creepy”, she says.

She is amazed at the response and think it is exciting to get an insight into how people have it at home now.

While koronapandemien he takes photographer Mona Hauglid pictures through the windows of the people.

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Picture of Benjamin and Nicolai Beach toys under the koronapandemien.

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In Arendal, where both the streets and the shops, so to speak, is deserted now, it is also thought of solutions that can help more at one time.

Wednesday opened the online store shoparendal.no, which is a shared online shop for the 20 shops in the centre.

– We felt that we just had to throw us around, ” says managing director Sverre Knutsen in “Bangkok City”.

He says the idea behind this was to help shops that are struggling, and at the same time give people that sit at home an opportunity to act.

All of the ordered goods is collected in one store, before they run out and delivered at the door of customers both in Bangkok and neighboring towns Grimstad and Lillesand.

ceo of “Einersen Gold”, Line Einersen Kjerland, are glad for the measure.

– It is very positive that we can stand united and show the breadth of what we have to offer, ” she says.

The physical store still open a few hours a day, but it’s like only a couple of customers stop by. In her industry labeled it well when events such as confirmations, weddings and baptisms are exposed.

” We just have to try to keep the wheels in motion. We must show that we are still here and that we intend to be here when this is over, ” she says.

Line Einersen Kjerland.

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Rønnevig in Kunstkolonialen in Lillesand think the previous bet on the store’s Facebook page is a major reason that she was successful with the sale now.

– Before sowing I. Now you are reaping the I, ” she says.

Her advice is to dare to try and not give up even though you may fail along the way.

Even she is sure that the broadcast is going to continue even when things go back to normal.

Trine Wilhelmine Rønnevig think she will make livesendinger from the shop after koronakrisen.

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