Entrepreneurship beyond COVID-19: Lessons and Insights from Boston, Beijing and Cyprus.
Updated: Nov 3, 2020
On May 7th, the University of Cyprus Centre for Entrepreneurship organized an international online panel discussion on COVID-19 and its impact on entrepreneurship and innovation. The goal of the panel was to share insights on founders, entrepreneurs, start-ups, debt and other subject from the United States, Europe and China.
Nicosia, Cyprus: 7 May 2020
The speakers taking part in the discussion included:
Marios Dikaiakos , Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Cyprus (panel moderator).
Philip Ammerman, Managing Director at Navigator Consulting Group, Limassol, Cyprus
Pantelis Angelides, Principal Risk & Resilience Consultant at Quadprime, Nicosia Cyprus
Wang Fei, Director of International at TusStar Incubator, Beijing, China
Giorgios Zacharia, Chief Technical Officer and Co-founder of KAYAK, Boston, United States of America.
The discussion focussed on issues such as:
The personal impact of COVID-19 on founders and founder teams;
The interest in entrepreneurship and start-ups during and after the crisis;
Likely impacts on debt, leverage and start-up valuations;
Impact on sectors such as the tourism sector and international value chains;
The role of investments going forward, including risk analysis;
Social and entrepreneurial adaptations and evolution moving forward.
Please view the panel discussion here, or on the Centre for Entrepreneurship Youtube channel.
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