Innovations on Remote? The Short and Long Term Impacts of Covid-19 on Innovation
July 21, 2020
As firms and communities adapt to current pandemic conditions, many entrepreneurs and creative/knowledge workers continue to work from home. While some predict this will mean a long term shift to working from home and a reorganization of businesses more generally, what are the implications for the role of entrepreneurial ecosystems in supporting innovation? This panel explores the short and long term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystems.
In this Munk School Innovation Policy Lab / CIFAR online event, experts Catherine Beaudry, Ben Spigel, Tara Vinodrai and David Wolfe take a deep dive into how COVID-19 will affect innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystems.