Spotlight On Soller
Time passes and new routines are quickly established. The memories of the early lockdown are easing only to be replaced now by the new reality.
This week I spent my time in La Sal, a new venture in the Puerto Soller.
I believe more long term rentals will become available over the next few months however I do not believe the price will necessarily drop.
Building a social media following is not an immediate fix, but whatever you have right now, you can improve on it.
One of the things I think I will introduce into the group over the coming weeks are some easy workshops for businesses to learn to market themselves better.
One of the fun activities in the Majorca Mallorca FB Group has been a poetry competition sponsored by Iván González Gaínza and Lara Corfield from Wine Industry.
Humans of Majorca
Fewer people allowed in their establishments with little money to actually spend. What a difficult business model to contemplate.
Over the last decade the wedding industry on the island has blossomed and bloomed into a serious contributor to the local economy.
It is one designed to enable the retail sector in particular to adapt to changing consumer demands while also promoting technological innovation and emphasising local trade.
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- 'She-devil' leader of Mallorca gang ordered to prison
- The ham war of Palma's Olivar Market to go to court
- Which supermarkets are open on December 6 and 8?
- Leader of a gang who stole from trucks in Germany arrested in Mallorca