The emergence of COVID-19 was most definitely unanticipated and had a drastic effect on businesses, consumer behavior and industrial trends. One of the most crucial impacts of the epidemic was the disruption of supply chain over the world. On the other hand, a lot of businesses were founded to cope up with the urgent need for health and safety as well as to meet changing consumer needs. Let’s look at 10 entrepreneurs who have been able to not only copeup with the pandemic and its impacts but have experienced growth in the post pandemic world!
This incredible entrepreneur teamed up with other extraordinary entrepreneurs to scale We Care Foundation. This initiative became the turning point for families during the pandemic. Through the care packages received from Bojilova’s team, families with lost income sources have been able to get back on their feet.
This incredible veteran, councilman, firefighter entrepreneur has been achieving milestone after milestone while quickly adapting to market changes and trends. Green’s company LumAware started manufacturing clear guard sneeze-protective shields. The company is gradually transforming back to its safety products production including glow in the dark firefighting gear and exit signs used by thousands worldwide.
Helfen was created by Karsten as a platform to help small businesses offer vouchers on their products and services. This creative enterprise enables customers to redeem vouchers on a later date during lockdowns. Since then, it has transformed small business markets with increased sales and regular customers.
The founder and Director of Health Yeti, a plant based health product brand, launched the business in 2020. During the pandemic, the business saw a boom in user adoption and since then has grown a loyal customer base that is conscious of a healthy routine and lifestyle.
Kovari came up with an idea to make supermarkets safer and create a virtual queuing system through a mobile application. The app now is used by several business as well as the primary channel for an airline to create digital queuing at boarding gates. This app definitely will allow businesses to channelize reservations and booking in the post Covid-19 atmosphere as well.
Iex transformed his recycled plastic chips production facility into making face masks, protective equipment and shields in wake of the pandemic. Their technology enabled them to produce much quicker than others. In the post pandemic period, they are turning their facility into manufacturing a variety of recycled plastic products.
The CEO of a software company, Swipeguide, opened up the service platform for free for manufacturing companies that were actively donating or producing essential products for the pandemic. The software as a service platform has since then increased its user base and has seen a growth in its pro level subscriptions.
The entrepreneur behind a cross border engineering company working from Poland and Germany, offered remote suite to companies during Covid-19. The company now works with manufacturers producing healthcare equipment and machinery. This has enabled the company to diversify its product design experience and offer more solutions to an increased number of clients.
The pandemic pushed businesses to completely change their course of action and transformed the entire market. Entrepreneurs with innovative ideas and quick adaptability skills swiftly turned their business into market fit operations. And as seen above, entrepreneurs with the abilities to be innovative and transformative have clearly won the race!