Impact of the Corona crisis on startups & tech

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26 March, 2020   News

OOn top of the human toll, the Corona crisis is an economic shock, unlike anything we’ve seen for a long time. Retail, mobility, and travel are especially hit. Other sectors are outperforming the market: food delivery, online groceries, telehealth, streaming, gaming and video conferencing. Zoom is now worth more than Uber. Should Lyft acquire its own food delivery business to weather the storm?

Eventually, the recovery will come. Which startups can survive these extreme conditions? And which changes in behavior are temporary vs. lasting? In this 12-page presentation, we provide an initial view of the impact of the Corona crisis on startups & tech.

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