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Beating COVID: African Startups Share Business Model Tweaks & Funding Plans

By  |  July 7, 2020

The global pandemic has undoubtedly been a nightmare. Just as the humanitarian toll is staggering, the impact on the global economy has been devastating. There’s hardly any indication that the worst has come and gone, but it does seem like the initial shock has subsided.

However, that takes nothing away from the fact that the rapidly spreading coronavirus pandemic has put immense strain on large businesses and startups alike. Investors are on edge, valuations have shrunk, and skilled workers have been laid off across industries.

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