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CoronaBytes: Getting to the "New Normal"

May 26, 2020 to present

To provide current, relevant and valuable insights on the changing consumer, business and cultural landscape due to COVID-19, especially as it relates to "the new normal" (coming out of this!)

A little bit of background and context about me and CoronaTV: I am a 5-time author and my latest book is titled, "Built to Suck: The Inevitable Demise of the Corporation...and how to save it?" (www.builttosuck) which if you think about it, has become pretty prophetic as we look at entire businesses and business models being directly affected.

I started CoronaTV with a vision of helping as many people as I could (through consistent insights, advice and support.) This includes you :) How? Well, I'm thinking that every two weeks as we wrap up a question, I will share some of these insights through my various channels, but specifically an episode of CoronaTV and who knows, maybe you'll be guests on my show! For now, check out coronaTV.show and make sure you subscribe.

Stay safe everyone!

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How is our collective attitude changing towards large human gatherings and what features or technologies may be deployed to make them safer in the future?

By: Eric Snyder

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How will Convid-19 influence the Gig-Industry?

By: Patrick Henz

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As we start to define our 'new normal', what are the top three things we can incorporate into this new reality so that we will be better prepared to handle the next major challenge, regardless of what it is, and whenever it happens; so as to mitigate its potential to totally disrupt what we do and how we do it?

By: Robert Faller

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Post-Pandemic Supply Chains

By: Eric Snyder

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What are the risks created by second wave infections that are not part of the initial pandemic risks?

By: Eric Snyder

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The Future of Healthcare Post-Pandemic

By: Eric Snyder