The economic downturn brought on by the coronavirus crisis has already touched nearly every type of business and startups are especially susceptible—particularly those in the middle of, or gearing up for their next funding round. For startups to survive, they have to look past belt-tightening and get smart about extending runways.

If your business model today looks the same as it did at the beginning of [March], you’re in denial—and possibly out of business.

—Steve Blank

At a recent Newlab Virtual event, I shared insights about the changing entrepreneurial landscape and tips for startups weathering the coronavirus crisis. Click below to answer a few questions and receive the PDF guide for entrepreneurs looking to weather a crisis.

It includes:

• Current investment landscape and outlook for 2020
• Strategies to extend your runway, and customer acquisition and retention
• How to target investors and build trust
• Silver linings around talent, competition, and acquisitions