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COVID-19 - How to grow your business?

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We know that this global health crisis brought troubles to many businesses, however during difficult times there are businesses that close their doors but also some that thrive. So how to grow your business during this odd period?
1. Focus on opportunities not just try to prevent risks, try to see what is the public need and find a way to position your business ahead of the competitors. People need now a boost for the immune system, we all want to remain healthy, so these become really important: good food, beverages rich in nutrients and vitamins, health supplements. Also staying so much at home means we would like to do some home improvements, so promotions for furniture or decorations is a must during this time. As for cloths, in the first line there are the indoor options, sleep cloths, sports wear. And of course the medical supplies are also vital, things like masks, ventilators, robes, drugs, etc.
2. Try to make some small investments so you can adapt your business to the customer…

History Of Tea

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Legend has it that the history of tea dates back to ancient China, almost 5,000 years ago. According to legend, in 2732 B.C. Emperor Shen Nung discovered tea when leaves from a wild tree blew into his pot of boiling water. Tea likely originated in the Yunnan region during the Shang dynasty as a medicinal drink.
The Chinese have consumed tea for thousands of years. The earliest physical evidence known to date, found in 2016, comes from the mausoleum of Emperor Jing of Han in Xi'an, indicating that tea was drunk by Han dynasty emperors as early as the 2nd century BC.
Tea use spread to Japan about the sixth century AD. Tea became a drink of the religious classes in Japan when Japanese priests and envoys, sent to China to learn about its culture, brought tea to Japan. It was also spread to Korea and Vietnam.
Tea was first introduced to Europe by Italian traveler Giovanni Battista Ramusio, who in 1555 published Voyages and Travels, containing the first European reference to tea.
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