It would be nearly a year since the lockdowns and other restrictive measures were imposed, tremendously impacting the way we work and conduct business in such a short time. The impact has been so profound and far-reaching that a business could be truly left behind if it doesn’t catch up quickly.

Many of us have seen how retail and travel have been hit the hardest by the pandemic: most consumers now opt to buy online and airplanes have been grounded for the most part. Pilots and cabin crew have found other sources of revenue, with some venturing into food and home-based businesses to get by.

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