Juan Lam, Uline
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Juan Lam
Mexico Sales Director
Uline
The automotive industry faces a perfect storm with a sustained drop in sales since 2016 and a pandemic. To survive, companies need to diversify
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2020 was the worst year for the Mexican labor market on record. The crisis generated by the pandemic eliminated 647,710 formal jobs
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During the COVID-19 crisis, 70 percent of Mexicans who lost their jobs are below 29 years of age
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According to an IDC study, companies in Latin America will reduce their investments in IT by up to 53 percent during 2Q20
Kelly Kroger, C&A
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Kelly Kroger
CEO
C&A Mexico
The COVID-19 crisis pushed C&A toward e-commerce in just two weeks. However, its CEO in Mexico believes human contact cannot be replaced
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MORENA proposed that Mexicans who lose their jobs should be able to access their retirement savings. However, the IDB warned about this solution
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COVID-19 has caused problems in many sectors. However, SMEs without cashflow are the ones that have had a hard time managing to survive
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Platforms like Uber and Airbnb grew by leaps and bounds in 2019. However, when the pandemic hit the world, their growth perspectives began to drop
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