When resuming full activity after the crisis caused by COVID-19, SMEs should follow a series of tips. Once the crisis caused by COVID-19 stabilizes and is overcome, SMEs should resume their full activity following a series of tips:
‘Exotic’ Business Opportunities
Without going any further, some companies that had experience with robotics management for B2B have reinforced their investments to increase their production. In China itself, robotics is gaining presence at the consumer level. There are already many popular access robots used for cleaning and picking packages to avoid contact between people.
AI and Data development companies
Some are finding that they can adapt to the current moment by trying to put technology at the service of projecting situations and studying future demand. Services such as geolocation and movement detection are on the rise. Often times, it’s about learning and adapting.
From offline to online
We have seen how many restaurants and shops have had to close momentarily. Many had not noticed the capabilities of shipments online or through marketplaces; It can be a reinforcement for your business. Both to offer these services and to refocus a project. For example, in China, many physical food chains reinforced their online service and now have a stronger off and on-line consumer base.
More options will emerge from this. Diversifying is always a good option. A great opportunity will be to innovate around new needs. Changes in the consumer are very likely. Environments such as health, B2B and remote services can be a great opportunity to relaunch an SME. There is more to see services like Zoom or Glovo, both have been reinforced.