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  • Online gifting could keep giving post-pandemic
  • Online gifting could keep giving post-pandemic
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Online gifting could keep giving post-pandemic

With the pandemic restricting people from seeing their loved ones, online gift-giving became a way to demonstrate affection from afar. Even post-pandemic, this behaviour could stick, with experts predicting that food deliveries and subscriptions will be the gift that keeps on giving.

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