We will launch the series Survival Kit - First Aid for Startups and Small Businesses on April 28th. The purpose is to support businesses in the crisis, with the participation of authentic participants.
Design Terminal’s live, four-part public service video series is coming soon! Our mission is to help startups and small and medium-sized enterprises even when they find themselves in a difficult situation as a result of unexpected circumstances, such as the economic crisis caused by the virus. The aim of the video series is to support the survival and resumption of Hungarian companies. To do this, we provide knowledge, information and ideas with the help of credible and experienced entrepreneurs.
The series kicks off on Tuesday, April 28 at 7pm on the Design Terminal Facebook page as a live stream. The first part will be followed by three more: on April 30, May 5, and 7, at the same time. Well-known and recognized company founders and business experts will deal with startups, small and medium-sized enterprises, crisis management methods in separate episodes, as well as the global context. And the audience can also ask the participants questions during the online show.
In the opening episode Veronika Pistyur, founder of Oktogon Ventures, Dávid Lakatos, head of product development at Formlabs and Zoltán Várdy, former CEO of TV2, mentor of Design Terminal, will provide startup first aid on how startups can stay afloat during the crisis.
An important consideration when redesigning SMEs is what to do with the uncertainty associated with the crisis. In this, the audience of the second part will be guided by Tomán Szabina, the founder of Toman Lifestyle, Oliver Sziller, the founder of MyConcept and mentor of Design Terminal, and Benjamin Berényi, the founder of PénTech.
The third part, titled “Gladiator on the Battlefield,” focuses on company founders. Ádám Susánszky, the founder of Zing Burger, Dorka Horváth, founder of BOOKR Kids and András Perényi founder of Webshippy, will describe how the crisis is affecting their role.
One of the most exciting questions in the current situation is how the globalization trend and the world economy will evolve after the virus. This talk will conclude the online series. Gyula Fehér, founder of Oktogon Ventures and Ustream, Dr. Zoltán Cséfalvay, former strategic secretary of state of the Ministry of National Economy, OECD representative and UNESCO ambassador, Gergely Böszörményi-Nagy, director of Design Terminal and founder of Brain Bar are looking for answers regarding this question.
The media partner of the series is Mandiner.