The future of businesses all around the world will most definitely be related to the chances many businesses have when it comes to adapting to the changed COVID has put into place in the past couple of months. At the current stage, it’s super important to understand the fact that the vast majority of businesses must approach a severe variety of technologies to keep themselves competitive in the current market, let’s find out more about it.
What Technologies Will Survive The Pandemic?
“In 2002, when the SARS outbreak occurred it led to the tremendous growth of B2B and B2C platforms in China. Similarly, the Covid-19 pandemic has transformed the online marketplace and changed it from a nice-to-have to a must-have.
To maintain social distancing and to contain the virus online shopping is the way to go.
E-commerce has sprung up massively in this pandemic. You can get what you want at your doorstep, that too, with a robotic delivery. Cool isn’t it? With no fear of catching Coronavirus from the delivery boy.”
This came from a recent Forbes article which stated how important is to maintain an online presence in the foreseeable future, given the strong intent coming from companies to move the vast majority of their workforce into an e-Commerce related architecture. This applies to companies which are also working into a far more enquiry-driven sector, such as commercial property auctions and residential property auctions.
How Can Businesses Make Secure Decisions?
In a post pandemic world, it’s quite safe to say that business owners will be less likely to take risks in terms of investment and within their companies’ hiring processes. In order to maintain scalability and growth, though, such things are quite mandatory in the short and long term, regardless of the goals you’re trying to achieve. In order to progress organically with your business plan, it’s important to maintain your burn rate on the low low, even lower than the numbers you’re currently working with, because, most likely from the second half of 2021, there will be a sensible increase in inflation when it comes to business rates, rent and utilities.
The future of the business world in a post-pandemic market is very uncertain but that shouldn’t scare the companies which hardly embraced technology and digital-related application within this period. Many are in fact saying that the future of “doing business” will most definitely be remote-focused and with far less implementations of physical contact.