Predicting scenarios for the coronavirus crisis is hard, but it is already clear that there will be significant losses until the COVID-19 vaccine is created and we get free access to it. The pandemic has almost completely suspended economic activity throughout the world, and material damage is increasing every day.
As for businesses in Ukraine, they faced unprecedented challenges and acted differently during the quarantine crisis in the first half of 2020. Those that have remained afloat after experiencing various losses are now recovering.
The main lesson of this experience — the situation can always get worse. The participants of this LDaily issue have mastered this lesson. Our readers will discover first-hand information about essential things that are not supposed to be business-related at first glance but sometimes only ensure business’ survival and revival. These are the value of human resources, the priority of the public good, and social responsibility. The experience of restructuring the workflow and business processes in new conditions is also extremely important, especially under the constant threat of the transport system shutdown.
Nevertheless, entrepreneurs are optimists by nature — if you do not believe in success, you won’t have a chance to achieve it. So, the keynotes of each interview are the desire to innovate, hope for stabilization and restoration of the investment process.
The first LDaily’s CEO breakfast was held together with the International Turkish Ukrainian Businessmen Association (TUID) at the Hyatt Regency Kyiv hotel. Leaders of large Turkish companies gathered to discuss how companies can operate during the crisis and how to act in the new realities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The partner of the event […]29.10.2020 Next