So, we're back in Covid-19 territory. The numbers are going up in the greater Copenhagen area and as such many have been requested to go back to working from home, not meeting physically etc. It was a pain the last time. And it's a pain again. But for me a different kind of pain. First… Continue reading Corona thoughts, part 9
Today, inQvation and a bunch of other leading Danish VC's are launching the initiative "A Helping Hand" aimed at helping the Danish startup ecosystem through the consequences of Covid-19. The idea is as simple as its brilliant: Apply and receive 30 minutes of free advice from industry VC experts on how you make sure that… Continue reading Launching “A Helping Hand?”
When you think about how hard the Covid-19 pandemic is hitting you, think about how you would have felt, if you worked at an airline or a company affiliated with one. *GULP*. People are not allowed to travel, your planes are grounded, you have high recurring costs for leasing aircraft, a valuable, sizeable staff you… Continue reading The Norwegian Real Madrid
Today is my first day back at the office for more than a month due to the corona pandemic. I have walked my kids to school and kindergarten (and I feel confident that they will be totally fine), and I feel like cattle being let loose on the meadows after a long winter indoor. Much… Continue reading Back in the office!
Last night we did a first in my network group under the Danish Management Society (VL): We had our first virtual meeting, and we used it as a venue for getting a situation report from our various industries in the light of the corona epidemic. It was super interesting and inspiring to hear from the… Continue reading Corona thoughts, part 8
When we discuss the future of (remote) work, we should not only discuss the various digital tools that enable this but also the foundation for it all to work: Great, stable connectivity. At the start of the lockdown, I finally got our household on the new fiber connection, I ordered almost a year ago. Before… Continue reading Corona thoughts, part 7
A lot of people are busy talking about how the current pandemic and the lockdown will change the way we live and the way we work going forward. Focusing on the latter, some people suggest that the time of the office hours is dead, and that more people will be working remotely from hereon, because… Continue reading Corona thoughts, Part 6
Jeffrey Katzenbergs new mobile streaming service meant for the commute, Quibi, has finally launched. And is getting killed by the reviewers. You can be excused for thinking that the timing couldn't be worse when no-one is commuting right now, but in general the service seems to be a product looking for a problem, where there… Continue reading Corona thoughts, part 5