Entrepreneurship in a Pandemic

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Entrepreneurship in a Pandemic

The small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have been greatly affected by the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. Especially those in the hospitality industry.

In Part 1, we wanted to discuss the Recovery Fund proposed and adopted at the EU level- its benefits and shortcomings- and the long-term implications.

The second part focused specifically on the HoReCa industry, the size of the loss, the adjustments they had to make in the way they do business, and the ways in which governments supported them or not.

For the last part of the series, we invited speakers from the non-profit and family-owned area of entrepreneurship and discussed the impact they have on their communities; whether it is people with special abilities, people affected by poverty or addiction and so on.

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