The “Mujeres Emprendedoras” project offers advice on financial management, savings plans, and sales optimization to save business for hundreds of women affected by the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Owners of hardware stores and other construction businesses created the Ferrimax website for those salespeople who do not have a website. Thus, they can continue selling their products online and deliver to the customer’s home.
Various unemployed professionals who lost their jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic have set up a roadside market in a residential area in Kenya’s Kiambu County. Sellers at the market are selling various items such as herbal supplements and imported used goods from the trunks of their cars. They came up…
The Integral Development Association of Agua Zarcas de San Carlos, in the province of Alajuela, created the Commercialization and Supply Center for Aguazarqueños small producers and entrepreneurs to sell their own products. Every Saturday morning, locals can buy fresh produce. The idea is to encourage local consumption and help sellers…
In the city of Tibás, the local government’s press and communication department is publishing informative videos about the services that entrepreneurs offer. The videos are published on the official social networks of the municipality of Tibás. The priority is to publicize the work of people who have been hit by…
The Sed de Mar company changed its routine because of the pandemic and has been making reusable masks with prints that characterize Costa Rica. The company uses anti-fluid fabric, with liquid repellency and Dry Fit technology to minimize moisture. Because of the new job, the company hired more employees.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, vendors at open-air markets had sales disrupted. Thus, social media analyst Nacho Castro created the FeriasUY website for street vendors to offer products and publicise contact information of sellers. People order directly from the vendor and receive food at home.
The new rules include: a person who permanently supervises the good use of the changing rooms, only one person can enter at a time and washing the hands before entering is mandatory, in addition, customers must keep at least two meters separation in the queue
The online platform is called Yo Ayudo (meaning “I help”) and was created during the Covid-19 pandemic. They aim to brainstorm new ideas together to continue to sell and serve customers remotely or introduce potential clients to new digital tools.
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