Thinking like an entrepreneur in a time of crisis

The coronavirus pandemic has left us all with a heap of uncertainty. Endless cancellations and postponements, from school classes, sports games and proms, to graduations and internships, have created a new world view where our hours, days and weeks look very little like they used to. What's more, it's difficult to plan anything when you don't know what tomorrow will bring. [Read full article on Wharton]
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It's OK to feel overwhelmed. Here's what to do next


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5 industries on the rise amid the coronavirus emergency

Many entrepreneurs have reported lagging sales and frustrations as the coronavirus has halted the economies of countries all over the world. But not all businesses are seeing sales fall. In fact, some businesses have said they've seen interest rise as the emergency has spread. Check out the following five businesses that are in this category.   Pediatric teletherapy Everyone is stressed during these times, but it's difficult to get the mental health resources necessary when social distancin...
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5 things businesses must know about the families first coronavirus response act

Entrepreneurs often find it challenging to stay on top of the regulations that come down from the government, but that's been especially true since the coronavirus emergency began impacting the country. Businesses are facing new challenges every day, and so are American families, many of whom are struggling to pay bills amid changing working conditions. Federal, state and local governments have been fast-tracking new regs, and today we've got the lowdown on how one of them will affect your busin...
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Coronavirus - how it shutdown the world


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50 ways companies are giving back during the Coronavirus pandemic

Most people's lives have been completely upended by the Corona Virus or COVID-19 sweeping the world. That said, today I'm highlighting 50 helpers. When the pressure is on, and governments are overloaded, it is up to businesses large and small to do things that will better their employees, customers and the community at large, until this difficult time passes.  ​[Read full article on Forbes] 
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Coronavirus is our future


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How to protect your small business in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak

​With stock markets plunging and coronavirus cases surging, owners of small- and medium-sized businesses are scrambling to figure out how to deal with the disruption to their operation.  ​[Read full article on CNBC]
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Coronavirus impact on global economy explained


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