30.06.2020Project Spirit: PwC, Salesforce and Google collaborate for recovery

Google, Salesforce and PwC Australia recently launched Project Spirit, a free online community for businesses of all sizes operating in Australia to connect, share, and leverage each other’s assets, skills and capacity to assist in solving the challenges facing the Australian economy. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally altered the way Australians live, work and consume products and services. The sudden shift has significantly impacted business. As our economy recovers from the impact of COVID-19, businesses need new ways to operate. 

This new online community works by crowdsourcing capabilities and solutions for businesses on a single platform to match needs with the right talent and resources by providing: 

  • A marketplace where businesses can browse and post specific offers or needs for assets, resources or skills and connect with other businesses  
  • A tools and resources hub to help people analyse their business and identify challenges and new opportunities 
  • A curated library of how to stories from business owners who have successfully reinvented the way they work 

The Project Spirit community leverages Salesforce ’s #1 CRM to help companies of every size and across any industry, to better connect with other businesses and share resources using the Salesforce Customer 360 platform. Google will provide insights about what people are searching for during COVID-19 and its experience in creating helpful tools for Australian businesses. PwC will bring its power of connecting people, expertise and technology to help businesses solve their most important problems. 

For more information, please visit www.projectspirit.com.au. 

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