The COVID-19 pandemic put over 1.2 billion children across the globe out of the classroom, fostering a rise in home-based learning that is persisting well into 2021. While schools were already investing in educational technologies, spending $18.66 billion in 2019 alone, the shift to remote learning accelerated adoption of these tools, including video conferencing technologies, language applications, online learning software, and more.
Many offices over the past year have moved to work from home models or hybrid models, meaning there are less people on the premises using the office equipment. Plus, digital communication is becoming more and more popular each year which means less printing for communications. With reduced demand on printers, does the standard office printer still have a place in a modern business? Or, should businesses move on from office printers as we know them?
Real estate is a very competitive market. No matter where you are, it’s almost a certainty that there are already some highly successful agents engaged in the market. While many industries suffered in 2020 from shutdowns, and other pandemic woes, the Real Estate Market was fueled by historic low interest rates and rising home prices.
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