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Rethinking Careers Amidst COVID-19: How Changing Business Models Have Impacted the Job Market - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary McGovern
59:55
What are your thoughts on consumers jumping back into traveling....likely domestic to start.
Lila Carney
01:02:10
curious if you’ve heard about or read about any new/emerging companies that are coming about because of our “new normal?”
John Bau
01:04:36
My wife works as an elementary special educator -- something that is highly non-scalable and difficult to push online, yet "consumers" expect pre-COVID service and education law was not written to account for the distance-learning environment. Disappointment abounds on all sides. Are there other industries facing new regulatory or legal hurdles in the era of social distancing?
Steven Blumrosen
01:04:59
Hi Dale - You were just talking about phenomenon-based learning. I never heard that term before, so thanks for explaining - why did something fail? My question: Why did Capitalism fail us with Covid-19? Capitalism = Supply meets Demand. N-95 masks are still in great demand. There is not the supply. I was just talking with a retired attorney and he said we can't launch a manufacturing/warehousing/distributing company and make enough masks to meet the global demand. Doesn't someone have to? And, how do we get this back on track?
Carlson Rebecca L.
01:13:38
Hi Dale - I don’t have a question but my rugby athlete is Mckenna Haz and she speaks highly of your support of her academic endeavors in developing her business, thank you for speaking and for being a mentor for her.
Susan S.
01:19:43
Do you think that businesses will start to offer more services/products that will start to mimic or compete with Amazon? Even more so than Walmart type stores? Will there be a new Amazon emerging from this?
Jill Koehler
01:20:36
This was great. Thank you. Have to "run" to next meeting.
Christine Fitzgerald
01:22:56
Thank you Kristina and Jale. VERY interesting.
Susan S.
01:23:09
Thank you very much.