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For some beauty businesses, maintaining sales during and after the global pandemic is a source of fear and frustration. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With all big world changes come new opportunities — so what if you could face the current challenges head on, with a creative perspective, and make your business more resilient, and more engaging to your ideal audience?
Consumer Behavior Was Already Changing Before Covid-19
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