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Online, Economy, Solutions and Travel in a Pandemic

The number one rise in solutions to outwin the effect of this global pandemic continues to be the bonanza prize.

February 11, 2021

Written by Tasha Ann Miller

The Hope Vision has been observing the great challenges faced by businesses and people as they navigate this Covid19 pandemic.

Online solutions are seemingly the best problem solver. However, it does not work for all situations. In the virtual economic space, competition is extremely tight across the bandwidth, and is led by fierce major corporations. The small businesses who are used to having the edge with customers on the ground are now forced to compete in an online space as they innovate to keep businesses afloat

Premiere niche industries such as tourism, and cinemas are finding it extremely hard to cope with the dwindling foot traffic. Airlines are also feeling the pinch mid-air with low passenger numbers for each trip. The avalanche of the COVID19 vaccine was expected to rapidly help these volatile markets; however, it’s slow roll out and unconvincing sign of a full indemnity against the virus has left more perplexity.

The number one rise in solutions to outwin the effect of this global pandemic continues to be the bonanza prize. Different solutions to tackle the economic fallout of the pandemic are needed as new ideas and niches will form. One such area is the massive market of content creation and it’s untapped beneficial effect on the society. More clearer solutions are needed in content creation to invite people to take up the wild prize of venturing out into the physical space.

As for travel bloggers, this is one way they will have to proverbially think outside the box, and promote safe travel, local exploring, international travel online and in person. Travel bloggers can also promote simple fashion wear versus selling some of their brand clothes and shoes on Ebay for disposable income. Travel bloggers can also promote more Airbnb take up along with the benefits of reduced passenger seating on airlines as an incentive for travel if flight prices agree. Per the country’s quarantine restrictions which are normally 14 days, activities will have to be contained and new ways of still enjoying travel will likely include delivery from the best restaurants, and online shopping of the country’s memorabilia. Ideally, low key gems such as nature spaces or hikes will be the best options for exploring safely.

It’s just not a folded hands and give up mentality -there’s a workaround. Businesses continue to find the workarounds so that they can keep the economy going. Ideally, there will be more collaboration, and sharing of ideas as we all move forward.

The Hope Vision will continue to track the progress of the economic recovery globally while sharing updates from those who are outsmarting the pandemic turmoil.

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By Tasha Miller

I am a Christian journalist with a passion for providing insightful and relevant information to the public. I write about education, politics, Christianity, and other areas. My focus is to provide factual and clear details so that people can be thoroughly equipped within this new age of media. I am a trained journalist with about three years of experience working in media professionally as a producer and production assistant. Follow my blog for dynamic and fresh content which will soon include exclusive content such as mini-documentaries, and feature pieces.

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