Today’s challenges and changes are widely known: In-person occupations and activities are on hold or dramatically altered. Remote working and remote learning have become commonplace. Uncertainty about creating long-term solutions or ensuring public health are ongoing.
But the companies that are perhaps best positioned to adapt, survive, and thrive in these trying times are those that are just getting going: Startups.
Startups can prosper in the new remote business model more easily than large companies. They are agile, nimble, and engaged with their customers, eager to give them not just what they want but what they truly need.
Startups can quickly adapt to a remote business model since there is no need to transition hundreds of employees to work from locations outside the office. Smaller staffs are also easier to keep engaged and focused on how they are working to best serve their customers.
Startups can conduct crowdfunding campaigns to maintain control over their enterprise. A grassroots fundraising effort allows startups to stay focused on delivering the right product to their customers rather than chasing investors who may have a different agenda. This approach lowers risks to the startup and provides more untainted liquidity as the company grows.
“By their very nature, startups are in the business of creating something entirely new, addressing an old problem with a new approach.
By their very nature, startups are in the business of creating something entirely new, addressing an old problem with a new approach. Filling a void with a promising product. Developing a simple process to streamline something complicated.
As a startup, JazzJune is poised to do all of that and more for online learning. We couldn’t be more excited and we hope you are, too. Please join us on our journey.