POST COVID TRENDS

Will buying Indian made Products make a Difference?

With the growing animosity towards foreign-made products, especially Chinese, over the Pandemic, the “Buy Locally” movement has taken steam. There is a lingering feeling within people that the future is uncertain: keeping their country’s economy going by buying domestically made products from local manufacturers seems to be the popular opinion. But does buying locally support the economy? Read More

Post Lockdown Trends in Manufacturing

The government recently announced its intention to spend almost 10 per cent of India's gross domestic product (GDP) in the fiscal year 2020 on economic relief measures.While a lot has been experienced and said about the COVID-19 situation on businesses, what are the real implications facing the economy post-lock-down in India? Read More

The Biggest Problem With Remote Work in Manufacturing Industry, And How You Can Fix It

Manufacturers had the worst hit from the COVID-19 pandemic. With factories shut and virtually no production, manufacturing companies had no choice but to work out a solution through remote working also known as the work-from-home model. But with more than 60% of their workforce belonging to physical work, challenges were aplenty for manufacturers. Read More

How is digital transformation changing the manufacturing industry in uncertain times?

The pandemic COVID-19 has disrupted the world. What is unique is that it has happened at the same time across all lives and livelihoods.

The IT sector has already been advocating a digitization strategy across all businesses which has helped them continue with their processes despite restrictions. Whereas, with manufacturing companies, the challenges are bigger and require faster adoption strategies.

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The biggest manufacturing trends created by COVID 19

The impact of the Novel Coronavirus is so significant that globally, some major shifts and trends seem to have emerged. Here is a list of changes for better or for worse. The effects of the virus have created panic within people causing changes in their commuting behaviors. A global survey done by Cars.com with over 3,000 men and women between the ages of 23 and 73 years of age in March suggests that over 40% of them have stopped using ride-sharing modes like Uber and Lyft. Read More