COVID-19 - it's the topic that is dominating headlines universally. The Novel Coronavirus has completely upended normality, claiming lives, affecting the economy, creating financial stress and destroying businesses, in more ways than one.



The stock market, big corporates, large and small businesses and the job market have all been hammered by the virus. Given that the unexpected burden of the lockdown is significantly impacting industry operations and that the uncertainty of a recovery threatens substantial loss of livelihoods going forward, there is a need for us to decipher how to work through this crisis.

The inaugural edition of 'Mindmine​ NXT' webinar under the theme 'Corona Crisis: Beyond the Lockdown' is scheduled for Monday, April 13, 2020 at 5 PM. It features Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Founder & Executive Vice Chairman, Info Edge and T V Mohandas Pai, Chairman, Aarin Capital and Manipal Global Education in conversation with Akhil Bansal, Deputy CEO, KPMG India.

Mr. Sunil Kant Munjal, Chairman Hero Enterprise while announcing this digital initiative said, "In these times of social distancing, we thought it would be useful to have a platform to digitally share ideas and discover ways to handle, learn and recover from the crisis. Through this platform, we wish to convey hope, examine our preparedness and explore opportunities that could emerge as we eventually progress towards normalcy. Mindmine NXT marks Mindmine's foray into digital streaming within the fabric of free flowing dialogue."

Mindmine NXT, an initiative of the Mindmine Institute, is intended to be the next generation digital version of intellectual conversations built around subjects of importance to industry, economy and to Indians. Mindmine Institute, an independent think tank set up by the Hero Enterprise for over a decade has been conducting a number of initiatives that has attracted over 60 government ministers, more than 100 CEOs, policymakers, diplomats, industrialists and eminent citizens who have raised diverse issues impacting India, Indians and Indianness.

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