Business Transformation

The pandemic changed how the world does business. Perhaps forever.

The pandemic changed how the world does business. Perhaps forever.

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      Mark Bennett plays with his dogs Wayne, left, and Luna at his home in Franklin, N.Y. Mr. Bennett owns Brooklyn’s Finest Dog Training and has been holding training sessions remotely during the pandemic.
      CreditCindy Schultz for The New York Times

      Please Unmute Your Mutt

      Dog trainers are turning to video sessions to work with pets and their owners.

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    An employee of the Limak Atlantis Deluxe Hotel & Resort in Antalya, Turkey disinfects a room before the first guests returned in June.
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    Hotels Ponder a Puzzling Future

    Across the industry, the pandemic forced changes that may have to become permanent if the industry is to fully rebound.

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    Social distancing protocols are one area where fitness clubs like the Nuffield Health Sunbury Fitness and Wellbeing Gym outside of London are learning to adapt as businesses reopen.
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    The Transformation of the Fitness Industry

    Workouts, like work itself, can be done at home, and clubs are learning how to lure customers back.

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    A project in Palm Beach, Fla., by the interior designer Gillian Segal.
    CreditNick Mele Photography

    The Zoom Room Design

    Looking for a designer who will update your space from afar? Your dream has come true.

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