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SME FUTURE Explains: The Future of Business in post Covid era

Novel coronavirus, Covid-19 will profoundly change the way businesses are run, and fundamentally alter management practices. But, do you think, all business can transform digitally and do operations from the premises of their homes?

What about manufacturing industries, retail operations, hospitality, mobility operations and services which requires one to move out of their homes to carry out operations.

How are these sectors going to evolve keeping ‘social distancing’ norms at hay. Take a look at the detailed analysis of how businesses will run post lockdown.

   


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