The Future of Commerce — Lessons from COVID-19

Now on the 6th week of self-quanrantining in my small studio in Battery Park, NYC, I’ve not only mastered the cooking skills that my Chinese parents considered “not bad” (which is a Chinese way of saing “wow amazing!”), but I’ve also became sort of a crazy shopper. I don’t hoard medical supplies or food (no one should), but I did become very “interested” in all the discounts and sales that brands are offering to combat the lack of consumer enthusiasm due to the depressing and unfortunate virus enviroment. In the mail yesterday alone, I received 2 bottles of makeup removers, 1…

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Investor & brunch goer / NYC

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