8 promising industries in the post-pandemic era

Why the green industry, healthy snacks, and companies like Uber Eats will continue to grow?

Lucy Lu

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Now the world has experienced a catastrophe. Under such a violent pandemic, so many businesses have fallen. However, in such a long-term environment of the pandemic, many industries are also quietly emerging and making a fortune in silence. This is because the pandemic has completely changed the way we live and created unexpected opportunities for those industries.

So, let’s take a look at my list of 8 promising industries in the post-pandemic era.

No 8 Green Industry

The business suspension during the pandemic has made many consumers more aware that their previous actions have had a great impact on the environment. Data from the two major market research companies, Tetra Pak and Ipsos, show that two-thirds of consumers currently feel that environmental problems have reached a critical point. Something must be changed. Most people believe that they are directly responsible for the environment and their own health. Therefore, when consumers choose products packaging, they will pay more attention to environmental protection and are even willing to pay higher prices to purchase environmentally friendly products.

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This trend is also reflected in various industries, especially the food and beverage industry. Based on health and environmental considerations, the biggest change in consumer behavior is that they want to buy more environmentally friendly products. This includes whether the packaging is recyclable, whether the material is environmentally friendly, and whether the product is organic.

No 7 Neutral Personal Care Products

Neutral personal care products are available for both men and women. During the pandemic, many people have watched various videos to kill time. There are many tutorial videos that teach you how to perform personal care and how to make up. With more browsing, everyone has a new interest in personal care. This triggered the trend of people’s demand for neutral personal care products. For example, people will pay more attention to inclusive beauty.

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Lucy Lu

I write about business, culture, travel, and anything interesting | Proud alumni of MacquarieU & M.St.Mary