India is battling an unprecedented crisis which has led to a lockdown across the country. And everything has moved so soon that it is hard to gauge the trajectory. With great hopes for 2020, investors and entrepreneurs had earlier spoken about hot sectors and revolutionary products.
Cut to three months later, the companies have shifted to remote work, entrepreneurs are planning for survival and investors are tight-lipped about the next disruption, while advising startups to plan for contingency and cut costs.
Being a media house and an enabler of this ecosystem, it is our responsibility to share knowledge with our readers and help them get their questions answered. In this direction, we introduced #StartupsVsCovid19 #AskMeAnything sessions last week.
About Ashish Tulsian
As part of this series, in our second edition we are hosting Ashish Tulsian, Cofounder & CEO of POSist to hear from him about his experience of being quarantined, his opinion on funding, his views on re-prioritising business needs including cutting down operational budgets, managing cash flow, hiring outlook for the next 3 months, market and sales spends, keeping the team motivated and how to ensure the right communication throughout this period.