Change with Time
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Saturday,August 08 2020 [ Issue 2 August/ 2020 ]
Change with Time
A year ago if someone had said that there’ll come a time when we had to inspect jewellery on a video call, take a judgment call and place orders online, liaise with our clients online, attend virtual conferences, trade shows and what not, we would’ve laughed.

Here we are with more than half the population of this world working from home, three words that have come together, almost becoming a catch phrase.

If you were already digitally savvy and were adapting yourself to the changes the digital world threw at you even before Coronavirus, then you’ve got no problem. For those of you who have been skeptical about embracing Internet of Things, wake up and smell the coffee.

We are not saying the old ways of doing business will die, but there will be a definite shift in the way we think about coming together.

 
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Highlights
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