2021 trends | 3 reasons 2020 wasn't as bad for business as you might think

3 reasons 2020 wasn't as bad for business as you might think

Headlines this year have been full of catastrophising statements about the volatility of the business landscape, and undoubtedly negative consequences have arisen as a result of coronavirus, not least the sheer volume of redundancies and furloughs inevitably needed due to lockdowns and changing consumer habits.

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