As you know, at Knowco Collabwith we are collecting all the business can support during the Covid19 Crisis: Join here the Covid19 Ecosystem of Supporters.
We spotted this Canvas and mini-course “Startup Survival in Times of Crisis” from our Community Member Christian Rangen. You can listen to our podcast with Christian Rangen, CEO of Strategy Tools, here.
Startup Survival in Times of Crisis is a FREE mini-course how you can put develop a strategy for survival. Over three modules you will learn how to apply the Startup Survivability Canvas to up the odds on your startup survival.
Face the facts for your startup
Winter is coming, but few startups have realized it yet. This course helps you face the facts to guide you in the coming weeks and months.
Build your survival strategy
The strategy you had last week, forget about it. What you need now is a brand new strategy for survival. We designed the Startup Survivability Canvas to help you craft a strategy that is fit for a very different future.
Become a ‘wartime CEO’
Your leadership will be tested. Are you up for it? By the end of this program you should have a clear and focussed action plan – and understand how you can take on the mindset of a ‘wartime CEO’.
Get to work immediately
Startup survival in times of crisis– together with the brand new tool Startup Survivability Canvas – is designed to help you make the tough choices and put together a strategy that can help you improve the odds of your startup’s survival.
This is not a guarantee. There is coming to be a massive amount of dead startups in the coming months. But we want to help – as much as we can – improve the odds you have for your survival.
This is a short, action-based course. Not to help you learn, but to help you do.
STARTUP SURVIVAL IN TIMES OF CRISIS
Who is this for?
The FREE online program is for startup leaders, ecosystem builders and anyone trying to lead startups and startup ecosystems through the COVID-19 crisis.
This online program is designed for startups, scaleups, founders and boards of any early-stage company.
Equally important, this program is also designed for accelerators, incubators, innovation clusters, national innovation agencies, banks (at least, the startup friendly banks out there) and anyone supporting early-stage startups and young growth companies.
The program is also highly relevant for investors of all types, from angel clubs, super angels, VC firms and family offices.
If you are a startup, you can join the community with the link below: