|Date||Mar 29: 18:00 - 19:00 •|
|Location||Cairo, محافظة القاهرة, Egypt|
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RiseUp is thrilled to announce the launch of a brand-new web series to help you navigate the COVID-19 outbreak. With a roster of local and international speakers, Survive and Thrive: Lessons in Entrepreneurial Crisis Management is a bi-weekly web-series aiming to ensure we all have a better grasp of the socioeconomic impact of Coronavirus, are equipped to handle its consequences, and emerge on the other side a stronger, more agile ecosystem!
We debut the Survive and Thrive series with Blitzscaling author Chris Yeh, who will discuss whether COVID-19 will bring about the next global recession. We’ve all seen the global stock market plunge in recent weeks, but Chris will take you through how these patterns are likely to impact startups in local and regional markets. Wondering which industries will be hit the hardest and where new opportunities will arise in the coming months? Drawing on lessons from previous recessions, Chris will help you learn how startups can sustain themselves through this crisis and recover from any potential losses.
To tune in to the debut episode of Survive and Thrive featuring Chris Yeh on Sunday, March 29 at 6 pm Cairo time (GMT+2) sign up here:
Chris Yeh is the co-founder of the Global Scaling Academy, which teaches individuals and organizations how to plan for and execute on hypergrowth, and of Blitzscaling Ventures, which invests in the world’s fastest-growing startups. Chris has founded, advised, or invested in over 100 high-tech startups since 1995, including 9-figure companies like Ustream (investor, advisor, CEO) and UserTesting.com (advisor). He is the co-author, along with Reid Hoffman, of Blitzscaling: The Lighting-fast Path to Building Massively Valuable Companies, and the co-author, along with Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha, of the New York Times bestseller, The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age. Chris earned two degrees from Stanford University, with distinction in both, and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was named a Baker Scholar.