Published 2021-03-26 17:30:29

Since Singapore reported its first case of Covid-19 on 23 January 2020, the disease has come to change the lives of Singaporeans very drastically. 

People’s normal routines – working in the office, eating out,  gathering in large groups – were changed. A new normal of remote working and social distancing emerged. 

The pandemic also accelerated the adoption of technology such as e-commerce, video conferencing and telemedicine as a way of life.

However, while some industries have boomed, others are in peril. Though the pandemic is indeed a devastating event for businesses, it is not a death sentence.

In some situations, businesses have been quick to pivot, which brought about even more growth than before.


Subscribe to Vulcan Post Newsletter

Stay updated with our weekly curated news and updates.
Read more about our privacy policy here.