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Latest Articles in Post COVID 19

India to announce financial assistance package for Maldives economic recovery post COVID-19: High Commissioner

India to announce financial assistance package for Maldives economic recovery post COVID-19: High Commissioner

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Post COVID-19 Crisis- Immense Potential For Organic Products

Organic practices do not infect rivers and underground water with deep chemicals as the commercially grown agriculture does

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Getting The Priority Sectors Right Post Lockdown

It is more important now to identify champion sectors where the country has a much better bet of attaining the ideals of Make in India

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The Future Of EVs Post CoVID-19

The period post COVID 19 will serve as a perfect chance for EV brands to connect with their customers from these segments.

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COVID-19 Time... Beginning Of The Sustainable Era

Remember the virus won't differentiate the social classes, geographies, rich or poor. Maybe a bit idealistic view, but this will be the single biggest cultural differentiator that industries, markets, geographies, and societies need to revive up fast and carve a better sustainable future.

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Back To The Future: Mobile Petrol Pumps

A Fuel pump can only service a small captive area, a more or less capped throughput with a high Capex spend. Alternatively, “Doorstep Delivery of Fuel” can service a larger area through its bowser with a higher throughput at a fraction of the Capex required for a pump

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COVID19 Impact – The Virtual Consumer Experiential Marketing And The Luxury Car Market

With advanced showcasing strategies readily available, car dealers and manufacturers will have better chances to win their prospects’ attention

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Post COVID-19 Legal Sector Challenges And Remedies

The corporate players would prefer to avoid going into litigation at all costs, however, that certainly doesn’t mean that litigation would come to a grinding halt. No, never.

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