Thinking differently about post-COVID life is a chance to reimagine and update our social, economic and workforce systems to be more agile, inclusive, efficient and responsive to the needs of people.
Sacramento State will look very different this fall, when only 7 percent of courses will be held in-person, because of COVID-19 and social distancing.
Just as businesses are adapting to support a remote workforce, significant changes are happening in how health care is delivered.
At times like this, sports and other forms of entertainment may seem irrelevant — but sports teams have a responsibility to their communities.
The coronavirus pandemic brought California’s fitness industry to a halt, threatening the livelihoods of roughly 180,000 fitness professionals.
The pandemic has revealed how manufacturers can pivot and innovate quickly to make needed products, keeping the critical supply chain going.
When there is change in consumer behavior, there are also opportunities for entrepreneurs with vision, access to capital and the skill to implement successfully.
Developers are working to strengthen the Capital Region’s competitive advantages and redefine its value proposition for businesses looking to move or expand.
California will call on its residents to spend their vacation dollars this year within the state, not only to help their fellow Californians, but because it is the safest option.
The new mobility future, driven by the emergence of a number of cultural, regulatory and technological evolutions, will be vital in the post-COVID-19 world.