The last few years have seen a huge increase in companies providing “No-Code” platforms. A No-code platform is an environment that lets people create working applications by linking blocks of components together without needing to know a coding framework. Nocode developers build these blocks and build out a workflow and
Covid is, has been, and will continue to affect the startup space. The onslaught of Covid has divided startups into two drastically different buckets depending almost completely on their vertical. Companies who are in spaces negatively affected by Covid (think tools to help retail, restaurants, gyms, in-person excursions, hospitality, concerts,
As we continue lifting the shelter in place and open up more venues and businesses without a vaccine, companies are going to become more concerned about maintaining a safe and clean environment. Consumer demand is going to drive the businesses’ success and consumer fear of catching Covid is going to
The Pandemic has unleashed a world-wide “Manhattan Project” across all biochemical and pharmaceutical companies to find vaccines and treatments. Companies across the world are streamlining and improving their processes and technologies to quickly find cures and vaccines. Biopharmaceutical companies are learning agile techniques that they will use to speed up
Assuming we need masks and 6 feet of separation in indoor spaces, in-person group exercise places are going to have a major shock. Gyms and Basketball Facilities With recent reports showing the spread of the virus in exercise areas, expect a huge decrease in the number of gyms, basketball facilities,
As companies now have the capability and experience to do work remotely, they will start realizing they can attract talent way far away. Outsourcing (to other parts of the US and the world) will start becoming much more normal. Inexpensive cities, remote talent will become attractive initially for the cost.
Pre-covid approximately 4% of white-collar workers worked from home. It was not seen by most workers as “acceptable”. Employers did not think employees could be efficient while working from home. Now during our lockdown, 50% of white-collar workers are working from home 100% of the time. Companies have quickly built
The current equilibrium of physical separation, reduction in large gatherings, human interactions, and indoor activity is not going to go away soon. As of right now (end of May 2020) states have put in varying levels of restrictions from the most severe lockdown rules (currently SF Bay Area, California) to