Certainly not all of them, but there are a number of companies that need to affirm that they are in great shape, that they are willing to make investments. Regardless of the pandemic, clients need to see some confirmation of the good faith and the well-being of the companies they work with. The response, as with any crisis, has proved to be a force for good for many: some have responded with digital solutions, others by moving into sectors that were previously alien to them, trying to stimulate or improve certain trade aspects like working on downsizing the phases of the finishing touches or trying to reduce stocks. Some have obviously suffered: in the area of contracting work, for example. Of course, we could have done more and done it better; we hadn't even recovered yet from the 2008 crisis. In short, we have to be positive, especially now that our homes are once again the focal point of our lives.