It is close to two years now since the first case of coronavirus was reported in China. As time rushes fast, so is the mutation of the virus, which has now transformed from the original one variant to over five different variants. The latest variant, the Delta variant causing more havoc than its predecessors. Because of the pandemic, businesses around the wound have suffered a major blow. Companies have been declared bankrupt with others laying of their employees for lack of money to sustain them. Those that have struggled to remain stable have also seen their fair share of problems.
England has not been spared. From retail companies to real estate startups, companies have downed their tools. The latest is Morrisons, a Bradford-based retail store that announced in February that is closing down. Such news of businesses shutting down does not auger well with Inc & Co CEO Jack Mason who for many years has remained positive about running a business and ensuring it remains resilient. In a bid to continue motivation other entrepreneurs especially upcoming, Jack says that it is not yet time to quit. “The future of businesses is bright. We only need to learn how to live with the pandemic. That way, it will be easy to look for new methods of running our business,” Inc & Co CEO Jack Mason said. One of his suggestions is to ensure businesses adopt the e-commerce business model, which does not require workers to leave their homes. Clients will make orders online and a few deliverymen and women will carry out the job.
On Inc & Co, the CEO said that he will continue to provide office space to companies and startups that will be willing. Mason was particularly speaking about office spaces for rent that his latest startup, Incspaces has been able to build in London, Manchester, and Leeds. On whether his business will survive the pandemic, Jack Mason, Inc & Co CEO, says, “Eventually, nature will overcome this monster. We will get used to it and live by it.”