The landscape of the modern-day office worker has changed forever, and new hybrid workplace models are changing the way we work as a society.
Shift to Online
An online hijab business that began during the pandemic has thrived due to the ongoing support from social media platforms. Azelefa Co. is designed for women to build confidence and feel empowered, this is achieved through creating comfortable, breathable, and innovative hijabs.
In the legal industry, where the tools of the trade have been depicted as pens and paper for centuries, working online has been quite the change of pace.
How the unpredictability of the pandemic effected the business plan for Vicki Kemp and her cafe, 3 Steps Up Coffee House.
Last year Regina Gently didn’t know anything about Twitch, but now the live-streaming platform is a mainstay for Gently and other queens.
Some escape room business owners have used software such as Buzzshot and Telescape to recreate the same in-person experience online
Black Owned Toronto started as a platform to promote Black-owned businesses and is now making them even easier to find, all under one roof.
As business were struggling to stay afloat during lockdowns, Helen Van Sligenhorst started streaming fashion shows on Facebook Live.
Without lack of financial support from society, sex workers shift online out of necessity, to make a living during the pandemic.
The founders of a tutoring startup in Scarborough had to sell their business due to their inability to pivot online