As the COVID outbreak was spreading around the world, governments have been urged to lock down their countries to limit opportunities of contagion. These lockdowns, however stringent they may have been, have deeply impacted the economies of these countries in an unsustainable way.
For this reason, after a few weeks from the recording of the first infections, most governments were already under pressure to create the conditions for “re-opening” the economy in their countries, allowing businesses to re-start operations while coping with a still existing and circulating virus.
In this challenging environment, innovation was needed and most companies were called to act accordingly, reviewing their internal and external processes, adapting their facilities, reconsidering suppliers and clients relationships, and so on.
This report provides an overview of the emerging trends for those businesses that are re-opening, together with relevant case examples from multiple industries.
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