CindyPage

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Now that businesses are back to its operation and more stores are opened, many are wondering if how are they doing? If your business was greatly affected with COVID, I would love to know your situation now and how's your business doing.

For fitness industry, I believe they are thriving now. Here's the article I want to share with you about How Mayweather Boxing + Fitness Franchise is Thriving Post-COVID. I hope you'll learn something from it.

Together, we can do this.
 

Julia Sta Romana

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So far so good. There was a bit of a slowdown at the start of the 2nd quarter but things are starting to pick up again.

Glad to see Mayweather boxing is doing well. I've seen a lot of gyms close down because of the pandemic.
 
CindyPage , good that you are not giving up. I guess that's what every business must do. Innovate and push the product and services to a whole new way for this new reality. (At-least for few more months ... to years).

But overall its quite challenging time.

Take care, stay safe and stay strong.
 

BarKogan*

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Now that businesses are back to its operation and more stores are opened, many are wondering if how are they doing? If your business was greatly affected with COVID, I would love to know your situation now and how's your business doing.

For fitness industry, I believe they are thriving now. Here's the article I want to share with you about How Mayweather Boxing + Fitness Franchise is Thriving Post-COVID. I hope you'll learn something from it.

Together, we can do this.
Didn't really affected me because I'm working remotely..
 

djbaxter

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Sadly, in most regions we're still far from post-COVID. Indeed, for m,any we seem to have hit the second wave, sometimes even before the first wave is under good control.

But I do think that many businesses are getting creative out of necessity and movng part or all of their products and services online. Those are the businesses that are surviving.

Even after the pandemic, I think this is the future of business world wide. A lot of things are proving to be beneficial both to employees (e.g., remote working) and to large and small business owners everywhere. This may well benefit efforts to managing pollution and climate change in urban errors as well.
 

Julia Sta Romana

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Sadly, in most regions we're still far from post-COVID. Indeed, for m,any we seem to have hit the second wave, sometimes even before the first wave is under good control.

But I do think that many businesses are getting creative out of necessity and movng part or all of their products and services online. Those are the businesses that are surviving.

Even after the pandemic, I think this is the future of business world wide. A lot of things are proving to be beneficial both to employees (e.g., remote working) and to large and small business owners everywhere. This may well benefit efforts to managing pollution and climate change in urban errors as well.
I agree. And if you look at things, there are new opportunities to be made with the new normal.

For example, soundproofing. I didn't really need to soundproof my home office before. But now that we're all working and studying from home, it's something I have to seriously consider because we can all hear each other when we're on a call or class.
 
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