Will Zoom still do well post-pandemic?

Zoom's corporate videoconferencing app became a household name as the world shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. PHOTO: ZOOM
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(BLOOMBERG) - In an unusual business strategy, Zoom Video Communications is navigating life after the pandemic by acting like the past two years never happened.

As the world shut down in 2020, its corporate videoconferencing app became a household name, delivering quarter after quarter of triple-digit growth in part by attracting millions of regular people and small businesses.

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