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ALL CONTENT WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY NIALA RAMKALLAWAN

 

In light of the active threat of the COVID-19 pandemic transitioning to the level of community spread in Trinidad and Tobago, Entrepreneurs are again faced with the strong possibility of remodeling, enhancing and transforming their key business strategy under the New Normal. For survival, growth and sustainability of our MSMEs, the need to rework and diversify our approach must be geared towards our potential consumers and actual customers.

ALL CONTENT WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY NIALA RAMKALLAWAN

Now that we are into the second wave of the Novel Coronavirus, our focus should be geared towards our preparedness. This time around, as Entrepreneurs will we be reactive and act after the fact and reality, or be proactive and have contingencies in place in the event of any unfavourable circumstances, or just because? At present, the wellness and safety of our lives and those around us are paramount and non-negotiable.  

ALL CONTENT AND PHOTOS WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY NIALA RAMKALLAWAN

As the first wave of the COVID-19 virus has subsided, with the lift on restrictions and quarantine over in Trinidad and Tobago, the twin island returns to some level of normalcy. Under ‘The New Normal’, the business and entrepreneurial sectors are now faced with observing, learning, adapting, embarking on changes, modifying business processes and upgrading operating procedures.

ALL CONTENT AND PHOTOS WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY CRYSTAL FOYLE

What motivates you as an entrepreneur or a business person?

 

What makes you want to get up everyday and be determined to succeed in your business or personal life?

 

What makes you strive to be or become your best self?

ALL CONTENT AND PHOTOS WRITTEN AND SUBMITTED BY SAIMON KARKI


Nepali
Hip-hop Artist Saimon Karki aka (199nah) from Kathmandu, Nepal has come up with a song about coronavirus.

199nah, on 14th May, performed a lockdown-themed rap and urged everyone to stay home and practice social distancing. 199nah is using his time in lockdown to write music with an important message.

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