Hear it from the CEOs: How to Rebuild Post Covid-19
Adam Friedman of Jurassic Quest
The opportunities, post-COVID are there and one thing we’ve also realized through this is the unbelievable demand for live entertainment. Once the pandemic is mitigated whether with a vaccine or other protocols, we believe that the demand for live entertainment...
Leigh Fatzinger of Turbine Labs
We are fortunate in that better information is a critical asset both during the pandemic and after. So interest in our business is healthy in comparison to what other companies may be experiencing. However, we don’t have a crystal ball....
Antonio Argibay of Meridian Design Associates Architects PC
Assess damage, prioritize repairs, and keep your eyes open for opportunities that will speed those necessary repairs. Getting up and running will be critical to take advantage of opportunities.
Rod Washington of Frost Bank
In order to rebuild and grow Frost Bank in the Post-COVID economy, I plan to be a closer, more intentional resource to my clients. Being available to help them deal with any issues they’re facing — especially small businesses —...
Lisa Powers Struble of BANDED
We will do whatever we can to help our small business retailers get back up and running. We will give them the absolute best service and be the best partners they can imagine. We are also focusing on improving our...
Ken Lane of Tanjo AI
Focus on customers that are in good enough shape to still be customers post-pandemic.
Patrick Hitchins of FitRankings
In a post-covid world, we will continue working with these smaller and medium sized organizations to help expand upon their already successful virtual event offerings. This will allow them to continue increasing community engagement even after COVID ends. Ultimately, this...
Blanca Vergara of Your Looking Glass
Concentrate on empowering awakening women to become the builders of the heart centered economy. The Coronavirus has been like an awakening force for me. It brought a massive sense of urgency: if not now, when? If not me, who?