Over the last few months, the startup space has become a casualty-strewn landscape as funding runs low for many. Is there any strategy that will work to help startups survive till the end of the COVID-19 crisis?
Don't stint on health and safety, keep the needs of different groups in mind, and be flexible enough to react to unexpected outcomes: these are some takeaways from how Singapore conducted its polls in the middle of a pandemic.
In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Dmitriy Akulov, tech innovator and entrepreneur, shares some of his learnings from living through a crisis, how he managed to keep the passion for his work alive even during the time of war, and gives suggestions on how business leaders can persevere through hard times.
COVID-19 has made us considerably more productive, at some cost to our home lives; but it has also accelerated some business plans and brought business leaders together to make communities better. Social entrepreneur Dr. Rajiv Bhanot shares his perspective of the pandemic's impact.
Peter Wainman, the founder and CEO of cleaning products specialist Equator Pure Nature, says that COVID-19 has made people more conscious of what they're using to keep their home and work surroundings clean. Here's why.