The global non-profit has published a full library of resources you can refer to, to help keep your business or initiative afloat during the current pandemic.
If there’s one positive thing to come out of the global Coronavirus pandemic, it’s that people across the world are coming together to support and inspire one another in any way they can. This act of oneness is especially true to the startup and entrepreneurial ecosystems who are figuring out ways to join forces and innovate. And it’s with this in mind that the team behind Endeavor - a global non-profit which works to support social impact startups - has released a whole library of crisis management resources to help entrepreneurs navigate these difficult times.
“Once COVID-19 started to really impact the world, we saw a wealth of knowledge sharing amongst our network members, but it was all scattered in Google Sheets and Slack,” says Dustin Poh, Endeavor’s Director of Brand & Creative. “We wanted a place to house these resources, not only for our Endeavor Entrepreneurs but for the entrepreneurship community at large.”
Pooling and organising these resources in an easy-to-use library, the Endeavor Entrepreneur Resource Centre is open to the public and contains useful information and thought-leadership articles, so whether you’re wondering what your legal obligations to your staff are or need pointers on virtual pitching, you’ll find a resource to educate and inspire. From video webinars to presentations, all the resources are available to download for free.
You can visit the resource centre here.
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