The last few months have been completely dominated by the coronavirus pandemic. Nobody expected such hard times to come. Due to the fact that we are dealing with a global plague, virtually every country has been or will be affected by very drastic consequences.
One of the most important repercussions is undoubtedly the decisive collapse of the market and industry. The coronavirus hit every sphere of the economy and forced many companies to reorganize their structures and principles of operation, or to give up their current activities. Many people wonder what the post-covid-19 market will look like and will it be noticeable from the perspective of individual people – consumers?
Crisis and what next?
It cannot be denied that a definite change in the economy can already be noticed. Despite the fact that the coronavirus is not over yet, the finances of many companies have already been very much limited. Therefore, the future of many companies seems to be increasingly blurry. It should be said that small and local companies will have the biggest problem with survival on the market. They are the ones that depend to the greatest extent on continuous sales revenues and very often do not have too much financial base. It is also much more difficult for small businesses to adapt faster to the changes and requirements that the world is starting to face in the face of a global pandemic. It seems that the post-coronavirus industry will be much more monopolized by large companies. It will certainly have a negative impact on prices, which will simply increase. This is a very negative scenario from the consumers’ point of view.