Many sectors in Cornwall are struggling during this Covid-19 pandemic - tourism, hospitality and manufacturing are some facing the toughest of times, but there are some businesses finding new ways to forge ahead.
Wildanet are one of the Cornish companies that’s seen an influx of new customers wanting access to their guaranteed superfast internet.
Most of them are people needing to work from home for the first time. Founder, Ian Calvert, says their sales have gone up by around 10%.
With the majority of cafes, hotels and restaurants still closed, Westcountry Fruit Sales based near Falmouth, who usually supply the catering trade, have switched their entire business to supplying food for people at home.
Despite some successes, all of these businesses are looking forward to a time when trading returns to some semblance of normality.