Building on our Entrepreneurs vs Coronavirus podcast – launched in the spring of 2020 – we’re excited to announce a rebranded and shorter format podcast.
With the pandemic looming in early March, Dan Murray—CEO of OIC—hopped on a call with his remote staff of 14, scattered across the Canadian landscape, and calmly advised it was time to “pivot”.
Benny Doro is the Founder & President of All Your Foods. When the Coronavirus pandemic began shuttering businesses, Benny’s first thought was, “Who’s going away?”
By now, you’re probably used to hearing about businesses innovating and adapting to better serve their customers. But we’ll bet you haven’t heard one quite like this.
When gyms and training facilities were forced to close their doors in March, Vik Gill of The Fitness Lab knew he had to change his business or risk losing it.
Daman Grewal—Co-founder, Partner, and Operations Manager at Centurion Trucking—quickly recognized the need to adapt and shift focus as he watched the pandemic unfold in China.
Charlotte and Rob Lepp opened up Lepp Farm Market in 2009. It didn’t take long for the little Abbotsford market to become a hub for local foodies and fresh food enthusiasts alike. Just as the Lepp Farm Market management team was really hitting their stride 10 years in, the Coronavirus came and changed all of that.
Jason Waugh is the Founder & Director of Circus Lab. He quickly realized the need to pivot and adapt to survive when the pandemic hit. So he took the entire Circus Lab experience virtual.
In doing so, he’s relied heavily on an important, key strategy…
Jordan Kettner, Founder of Kettner Creative, filmed and posted a somber YouTube video on March 13th, 2020, detailing how his business had just lost 100% of their anticipated revenues of approximately $300,000—in one day—thanks to Coronavirus.
Pivoting To Survive Today So You Can Thrive Tomorrow: 4 Things You Can Learn from A High-Touch Business
As the reality of the Coronavirus began impacting everyone, Heather and her team at Abilities Neurological Rehabilitation were forced to either pivot or risk losing their business. Armed with a “nothing to lose” attitude, they made the quick transition in 3 days to turn their in-person rehabilitation clinic into a 100% virtual care clinic.
Worldspec.org adapted their product offering to the changing needs of their market which resulted in growth in March by over 30% month-to-date. Here are 7 Key Takeaways From Parker Ray of Worldspec…