Sometimes an enforced break provides an opportunity to revisit ideas that have been gathering dust for some time.
So, at least, thought one former British Paralympic swimmer, who has used the lockdown to launch an online platform, which aims to find home office jobs for freelancers with disabilities.
It’s an initiative that dovetails nicely with the spirit of the times.
Remote work not only meets diversity, but eradicates the fears of companies and freelancers alike.
For those plying their trade in the fields of graphic design, content creation and translation, the pandemic holds no demons.
What counts are skills – and where better to develop them than in the comfort of one’s own home?