We are now on the third episode of this Coronavirus series and this week, we want to share more information with you right from the epicenter of the outbreak – China. When this global pandemic hit us, it undeniably rocked us all to the core. And for sure, you have a ton of questions about how China handled the outbreak, how it developed initially, how it impacted the businesses in China, and most importantly how they have survived the economic turmoil.
Hence, in today’s episode, Kunle interviews Brian Miller, founder of Easy China Warehouse, a global eCommerce fulfillment company based in Shenzhen, China, as they discuss everything right from how it all unraveled to the stringent measures they had to enforce to contain the virus, to how his team was able to operate and pull through from the outbreak, and finally how China is doing now that they’re starting to regain normalcy.
We need to extrapolate that [stringent measures] to our own countries and realize that this is going to be very difficult for much longer.
The positive side [to the Coronavirus outbreak] is that it will bring people together. It will bring countries together and it will show the good [in] humans.
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