[SB301] Crisis Management
This is a special edition to support founders going through a challenging period, with tools to help you prioritise your agenda with limited resources. Key lessons that you can do to lessen the global pandemic’s impact on your businesses:
- Use This Time To Do Some Housekeeping – Reprioritise
- Map Out Your Key Business Activities and Understand the Risks
- Stay in Touch With Your Customers
- Have An Online Presence
- Use additional channels to showcase your products and services
Learn More About Our Knowledge Partner
Yaqi Chu (Aggie)
Aggie is one of the Startup Support Coordinators at the Youth Co:Lab. She has a background in social innovation and leadership education with a focus on youth. She is currently supporting the young social entrepreneurs in the Springboard Programme by curating an extensive range of opportunities globally and providing tools and services to equip young founders.
She previously worked as a project coordinator on strategic planning, partnership and new media marketing for 2 years at Urban Youth Academy, an NGO running multiple programs across Asia and the Pacific region to actively engage youth in localised Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) initiatives. In her spare time, she facilitated youth leadership camps for students which aims to embed leadership and social innovation into the current traditional secondary education systems in China. She is passionate about volunteering in communities and has supported various youth organisations on communication, marketing and content creation in various organizations.
Let's Be Better At Crisis Management
Tips For A Challenging Time
Simple Template To Prioritise Your Work
Resources And Tools For Getting Through
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