Even in countries like Japan that managed to avoid full-scale lockdowns, we are going to live for some time in what is dubbed 'low-touch economy', a world with reduced face2face interaction and much more tech. Industries are quickly adapting to this new reality, but for some it will be inherently difficult and obvious examples here are luxury retail and hospitality. What is the best practice in incorporating online methods while retaining a sense of luxury and personal care? What are the opportunities for hospitality in the post-covid low-touch economy world? The corona crisis will end sooner or later. What could be the lasting effects on the industries?
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