‘Crises typically develop room for fast innovation and improvisation’– 20 quotes from India’s COVID-19 battle

Released in 2014, is a weekly function from YourStory, featuring noteworthy quotable quotes in our posts of this previous week. This unique series of compilations concentrates on India’s COVID-19 struggle (see recently’s post ). Share these quotes and excerpts with your networks, and inspect back to the initial articles for more insights.

“For too long, reforms and policies have been developed in silos that resulted in high socio-economic disequilibrium and COVID-19 accentuated those inequities.” – Urvashi Devidayal, Sankalp

“The pandemic has actually had a significant effect on the economy, in addition to the financial investment landscape.” – Ranodeep Saha, Rare Planet

“We must keep in mind that lockdown may have ended, but the infection is still there.” – Prime Minister Narendra Modi

“Patients struggling with diabetes or high blood pressure are at an increased danger for COVID-19 infection.” – Soumyakant Das, MedTel Healthcare

“After COVID-19, customers have actually become more mindful and concerned about sanitary, healthy, and safe food.” – Vikas Mittal, Orinko

“It will be fascinating to see how the shock of pandemic and lockdown may inadvertently bring more skill and new models into the social entrepreneurship sector.” – Madhukar Shukla, ‘Social Entrepreneurship in India’

“Small companies are turning to technology much faster than ever to make it through the pandemic.” – Tarun Davda, Matrix India

“As we switch to a brand-new truth, innovation ends up being mainstream, changing the method we work, eat, travel, socialise and even make choices.” – Chaitanya Nallan, Skinkraft Laboratories

“COVID-19 has actually sped up the need of digitised retail. It was a good-to-have but now it is a must-have.” – Aroon Khatter, Vendekin

“The concentrate on online channel post COVID has provided impetus to the online sales of brand names and sellers.” – Ganesh Balakrishnan, Flatheads

“COVID-19 has actually even more highlighted the need for digital change for the country’s smaller companies.” – Afeef Zaman, ShopUp

“Throughout the pandemic, the demand for fantastic customer care and cooperation did not decrease. They have actually increased. Easy and continuous communications between services and consumers have never ever been more important.” – Sebi Joseph, Otis India

“Since the pandemic hit the world, digital media marketing has taken the centre stage on the planet of communication.” – Anuj Bhatia, DealsDray Online

“Start-ups in the fintech area in specific have a substantial chance with this digital shift, as soon as they have the ability to navigate the functional and financial obstacles.” – Tanul Mishra, Afthonia Lab

“The ongoing pandemic has not just overthrew the pace of digitalisation in the monetary services area but has actually also caused increased demand for no-contact services.” – Ankit Ratan, Signzy

“Public transport will go through a fundamental modification over the next three to 5 years to address the requirement for safer solutions.” – Bhavish Aggarwal, Ola

“COVID-19 has actually pushed startups to restructure their work culture, and employee are progressively comfortable with telecommuting, which is here to remain.” – Monica Mehta, Wadhwani Foundation

“Learning and re-tooling are really important to not just recuperate but also build a sustainable and resilient service for the future.” – Sandeep Lodha, Weddingz.in

“Uncertainty is specific, and we need to be ready for any sort of unpredictabilities in our life.” – Sindhu Gangadharan, SAP Labs India

“There is a distinction between experiencing failure and being stuck to an unsure timeline.” – Siddharth Marupeddi, ULearn

“Crises normally develop space for quick innovation and improvisation.” – Awais Ahmed, Pixxel

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Edited by Kanishk Singh