This time, we invited Jerry Yang, General Partner of Hardware Club, a Paris-based VC specialized in hardware-related startups, to talk about how the new coronavirus is changing the landscape for startups.
Jerry Yang is a Taiwanese living in Paris, he has lived in Silicon Valley and is an entrepreneur himself. This rich professional background allows him to deliver a highly relevant vision on how the startup ecosystem is evolving.
He talked about his thoughts on the impact of COVID-19 on startups and what the future holds for Open Innovation and large corporations.
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