In an age where everyone wants to mark themselves safe from Covid-19, the world witnessed panic hoarding and shortages of several essential items including N95 masks. With healthcare workers and essential service people bearing the brunt, these shortages wreaked havoc
The panic and fear that permeated the air during the early stages of the COVID 19 outbreak have dire consequences. After millions of shoppers went on a panic-buying rampage, stockpiling all the PPE kits available, inventories are yet to replenish.
What is a possible future for society post-COVID 19? A shift to regionalization, rapid mobilization of resources, remote work, and reanalyzing social contracts. These are the four dimensions reshaping the global business landscape. A second or third wave of virus
In this pandemic, survival is everyone’s biggest concern. With the worrying under supply of personal protective equipment or PPE, what gives? Just when countries thought it sensible to resume activities, a well-coordinated reopening – surging COVID 19 infections reduced these
PPE supply supplies remain static as global demands surge. There’s a ubiquitous sense of uncertainty felt by nations as society acclimatizes to the novel COVID 19 world order. If supply chains don’t recover soon, what then? The relentless hunt for
What is the state of the PPE market today? Supply availability remains a growing concern, which has worsened since the lockdown. Export restrictions, travel bans, low production, and restricted movement of supplies have been at the forefront of this supply