An attempt to resolve fallouts of pandemic on new and existing businesses

This is the situation in which a large number of recent and would be entrepreneurs around the world and in India find themselves

Stanford School of Business

Stanford Graduate School of Business is attempting to bring the best minds together to resolve the fallouts of the pandemic on new and existing businesses

Anjuli Bhargava New Delhi
You were just starting a new venture with three partners in the health care space and then the pandemic hit. You were exploring getting into an enterprise that targets millennials and Gen Z and then Covid-19 happened and the creature you were targeting metamorphosed all of a sudden. You had just raised your first round of funding based on a clearly thought out business plan with growth projections all carefully and neatly worked out and in place and then the virus struck.
Or you had the germ of a novel idea, were toying with the idea of quitting your tedious job and going entrepreneurial but hadn’t yet bitten the bullet. How does one convert and reshape a pre-Covid idea to

First Published: Jun 28 2020 | 7:33 PM IST

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