We all know corona has hugely affected the businesses all around the globe. Many companies are in a stage of staff lay-offs. Some small and medium-sized companies have reached a situation of shut down. Economic condition and the per capita income has declined hugely even in developed countries such as the United States.
However, in this economic slowdown and state of lockdown, there are few industries and products that are experiencing impressive growth. Some examples include hand sanitizer products and live streaming applications. What inputs do you guys have on this?
Corona has impacted human life hugely. Things will not remain the same like before. Industries which will flourish due to this are-
Digital Entertainment, Video and remote conferencing solution providers, AI and Robotics, Healthcare, Content writing and marketing, Digital marketing, etc.
The human animal is a "herd" species, not composed of loners as some species are. They will not submit to being forever separated from their own kind; the huge gatherings such as sporting events, demonstrations, and political rallies will return.
Some industries will flourish, but much of what we're seeing will die off. Sanitizers, for example; over use of such things causes harm to our immune system and use should be limited, not increased.
Census says, "Gardening Product Sales Bloom in Springtime"
I think in-home gymming will see growth along with virtual communication and video conferencing along with IT sector
I think painting industry will also witness a boom, lolz!
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I'm not sure about unaffected, but digital businesses have definitely seen a spike in profits
I'm not sure if it's possible for a business to be completely unaffected by the pandemic, but I may be wrong
ALmost every insudtry has been affected with this pandemic but truely many new small business ideas have been born from this situation as well.. Digital industry, Freelancers and many other industries are coming up with very creative & innovative ideas to survive in the market which was never seen in such a scale ever before.
Online jobs are one of the industries unaffected by the virus. I switch my career from corporate job to freelancing/online jobs during this pandemic. Here's a blog of mine might interest everyone in switching career to online jobs. Just a simple blog I want to share. https://seoinactionph.wordpress.com/202 … line-jobs/
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