The covid-19 pandemic has significantly been affecting our lives for more than one year. Large parts of the economy are strongly concerned by the shutdowns worldwide. Especially small business owners and self-employed have to handle uncertainty about their future and livelihood. An international scientific network, coordinated by Ute Stephan at the Business School of King’s College London, has generated new theoretical and practical insights about the resilience processes that enable entrepreneurs to navigate this crises successfully (resilience study )

In Germany, the study is conducted by the Chair of Work and Organisational Psychology at TU Dresden. The group has recently published a video with first results and, quite useful as the pandemic does not seem to stop very soon, some good advices to the entrepreneurs (in German language):

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The study at TU Dresden has been realised with funding provided by the transCampus initiative (funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and Free State of Saxony under the Excellence Strategy of the Federal Government and the Länder).