Date: Tuesday November 24
Time: 13.00 – 14.30 CET
In collaboration with Briskr
Over the last months it has become clear that the Covid-19 pandemic has a major impact on our lives and businesses. For many organizations and individuals the pandemic has negative consequences. Thanks to several government support programs, many entrepreneurs were able to (partly) compensate the negative consequences. And some were even able to successfully change their business models into new opportunities!
Join our webinar on Tuesday November 24th (13.00-14:30) and get inspired by the success stories of three entrepreneurs. In this webinar we will also address to what extent the government support programs have helped companies and inform you about the newest resources
– An overview of existing support programs for businesses (+Q&A) with:
- Harry Hurkens: BDO
- Jos Willemsen: Rabobank
- Sylvia Kortenraij: Oost NL
- Martijn Kriens (moderator): Briskr
– Entrepreneurs explaining how they successfully changed their business models;
- Foodcase: Based at the Wageningen Campus, makes meals for the aviation sector and saw that a large part of its business evaporated due to the pandemic. With governmental support the company adapted its business model in just two weeks. CEO Wilbert de Louw will tell you how he achieved this.
- InmotionVR: Technology that helps physiotherapists to support patients remotely. Kiki Coppelmans explains how the pandemic provided new opportunities
- Thirona: Eva Rixoort will inform us how Thirona’s new diagnostics to determine infections with AI was adapted to be used for COVID-19
– Panel discussion with Foodcase, InmotionVR and Thirona
Please register upfront. We will remind you an hour before the webinar starts. A recording of the webinar + Q&A will be published on our website afterwards.
This webinar’s language is English and it is free to participate, so feel free to share this invite in your network.
If you have specific questions in mind about current support programs or have an interesting example of a business model shift driven by the pandemic, you can send an email to email@example.com.
During the webinar you can also post (additional) questions via the ‘Questions’ menu.