Amid the second wave of COVID-19, the surge in demand for medical facilities took its toll on many in India. As cases spiralled, India was at the centre of the pandemic.
Authored by Guru Bhat, VP, Customer Success Platform, PayPal It is perhaps an unusual strategy for a writer to begin an article by telling the reader that he is struggling for words to express his feelings.
With the pandemic pushing most people into the confinements of their homes, a new global sport became popular– Chess.
The COVID-19 crisis has proven to be a test of agility for small businesses with rampant supply chain disruptions, logistical delays and jittery consumer sentiment.
With digitization on the rise, online shopping has seen unprecedented growth through the last year.
Earth Day was around the corner and the message this year has been on restoring our Earth – not going back to business as usual as the world returns to normal.
2020 while tough for businesses globally, was also monumental in driving change and resilience across the board.
As the countries starts rolling out for COVID vaccines, the world sees the light at the end of the tunnel.
As stay-at-home orders and country-wide lockdowns start to ease across Asia, people are more excited than ever to connect during the holiday season and undoubtedly.
As globalization has made us all more connected and open to diversity, it has also acted as a rude awakening for many companies.