There probably isn’t a single industry that wasn’t in some way affected by the global COVID-19 pandemic – either in a positive or negative way. For the sanitizing and toilet paper industries, it proved a financial boom; however, for many other industries, it decreased business as our economy slowed and everyone halted to figure out the best solution.
As airlines and public transportation services adapt and reopen, one of the questions you might ask yourself is how are hotels responding to the new environment we all find ourselves in? What safety measures will be implemented as travel picks back up and hotels begin to fill? Click to read more.
The arrival of COVID-19 flipped our world upside down, and now as things slowly open up and workforces start to return to their physical space, we are all finding new ways to adapt. Whereas before we learned to fill the roles of stay-at-home parents, teachers, employees, coaches, entertainers, house keepers, line cooks, etc., now we must brace ourselves for more change as we re-join the physical workplace.
These are unprecedented times, and we are all experiencing changes in our day-to-day activities. How we work, eat, shop, and socialize has been impacted. These changes have brought new sets of challenges and new questions for the future. One question is how are logistics affected, and what changes are occurring within industries? Before COVID-19 hit, most of us were used to quick turnaround and large inventories of items to choose from. Same or next-day delivery options were becoming the standard. We are all feeling the delays and shortages this pandemic has created within our supply chain, but are there also some positives that could come out of this new environment?