With technological advancements, the educational sector has drastically changed over the past few years. Since the pandemic, online courses have become the preferred mode of learning. The pandemic has forced schools, training institutions, universities and companies to work remotely and this has improved the usage of online learning. There are numerous online learning platforms in the market and this increases competition. Hence, the platforms or coaching classes need to use innovative teaching methods and upgrade their knowledge continuously to grow their business.
With the unexpected global situation, most of the businesses have been affected. The demand for essential as well as non-essential services has reduced. Fashion and Jewellery are typically considered as non-essentials and this makes it more challenging for such businesses to get back to normal.
Beauty services are highly personalized services wherein maintaining social distancing is quite challenging. A beauty business must at all times ensure that necessary hygiene and safety measures are being followed.
Restarting the business in the current situation may not be as easy as it would have been before the pandemic. When restarting the business, entrepreneurs need to consider the impact of factors like economy, environment, demand and supply, safety and hygiene etc.