How three SA businesses are using Covid-19 to pivot, adapt and innovate

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Resilience and the ability to leverage existing assets and ecosystems of support are critical for small businesses fighting to survive the economic fallout from the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

The Gordon Institute of Business Science (Gibs) Entrepreneurship Development Academy (EDA), with support from investment bank JP Morgan, has rolled out a 10-week small business survival toolkit video series to ensure that small businesses across South Africa are empowered with practical skills to navigate the current climate of uncertainty and economic distress.

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