Should Entrepreneurs Wait Out the Pandemic or Forge Ahead? - Knowledge@Wharton - Deepstash
Startups and Entrepreneurs: Wait Or Go Ahead?
  • The pandemic is causing heavy financial losses across industries — but that doesn’t mean entrepreneurs and startups need to hold back until the economy recovers.
  • It’s not all doom an...

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Should Entrepreneurs Wait Out the Pandemic or Forge Ahead? - Knowledge@Wharton

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It’s tough to assess how much of the current environment is temporary, and that some companies will experience a permanent shift in how they do business.

Advice to early-stage startu...

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“Some of the biggest companies in the world happened in 2001 and 2002, and then in 2008 and 2009. It’s never a bad time to join startups.”

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  • Many companies are joining hands and putting together business partnerships to leverage each other's strengths, as a survival technique.
  • The pandemic will result in wider adoption of d...

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  • The pandemic is presenting new or increased opportunities for entrepreneurs in certain sectors, like the renewed spotlight on telemedicine, for instance.
  • With the widespread necessity ...

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I am passionate about Investment and most importantly investing in businesses directly. Had a conversation with the VC Lab on the formation of my new Venture Capital firm and I needed to compare my fundraising strategy with what I can find on the internet, and that led me to this article by Harvard Business Review (One of my favourite places to go lol)

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