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The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year disrupted businesses across sectors. Six months later, many businesses have not only survived but some have even thrived. A case in point is video conferencing platform Zoom.
But what about the companies that weren’t fortunate enough to be in an essential industry? For these businesses, it all came down to strategy.
Australian furniture company Luxo Living is one such company. Like every other retail business, they were worried at the outbreak of the pandemic.
“I can remember that first weekend when the NSW premier told everyone to stay home. Our showroom was empty. It was eerie,” says CEO Winston Tu. “I knew we needed to do something if we were going to get through this.”
NOVATO, Calif., Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — DreamView, a world leader in the creation of photoreal 3D CGI representations of products for marketing and eCommerce, proudly announces the hiring of John “JT” Thompson. In his role as Sr. Director, Enterprise Business Development, JT will be an invaluable resource for helping retailers and manufacturers streamline asset development by leveraging DreamView’s remarkable 3D services and platform.
Thompson will report to VP of Sales, Kevin Varieur, who joined DreamView in May to help improve revenue-generating operations, expand into new industries, and position the company as an outstanding partner for clients seeking to evolve their 3D content strategy.
“We believe JT is at the top of a short list of experts who understand the 3D landscape and the challenges faced by enterprise retail and manufacturing executives seeking to adopt these technologies in a meaningful way,” said Varieur. “We’re excited to