In the middle of March 2020, the coronavirus paralysed our economy, education and personal freedom overnight. Working from home and distance learning became the norm. In a lot of countries, parents suddenly had to take on the role of teacher. All these measures and the accompanying changes exposed a lot of entrepreneurship (or lack thereof). What’s more, the situation showed that education and entrepreneurship can be, or even should be, more intertwined.
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