What COVID-19 Taught Us About Our World

Some have termed the COVID-19 pandemic as a chance to embark on ‘The Great Reset’. A rallying cry to critically examine the foundations that societies and economies were built on, especially because the pandemic made the inefficiencies and inequalities of such systems so glaring and exposed.

On the flipside, what seemed unlikely was suddenly made possible. Remote work became the new normal, businesses were suddenly put on the fast track to digital transformation, and learning can now be done online. In this article, we take a look at what the pandemic exposed, in particular the strengths and weaknesses of the (old) world.

Staying Fresh in China’s Online Grocery Business: Cecilia Sun of Miss Fresh

Online grocery retailer Miss Fresh has two key features: one, instant delivery, requiring up to 30-minutes for home delivery, and secondly, a full grocery offering of fruit, vegetable to packaged food.

As partner and COO at Miss Fresh, Cecilia Sun joined the firm in 2015. Fresh (pun intended) out of Baring Asia and Deutsche Bank, the private equity investor holds dual bachelor’s degree in economics and statistics, master’s degree in finance from Peking University.

A member of Forbes 30 under 30, Cecilia Sun shares her expertise in keeping the business novel, interesting and attractive.