Technology-driven businesses flourish due to Covid-19

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For those who are privileged enough to access the digital world, the future is bright. It means that the traditional path to success is not necessarily the same for everyone. Picture: iStock/ Blue Planet Studio
For those who are privileged enough to access the digital world, the future is bright. It means that the traditional path to success is not necessarily the same for everyone. Picture: iStock/ Blue Planet Studio

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After some 10 months of grappling with the devastating impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus we are still learning how the world is changing as we make sense of it all.

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