Eyal Miller, the CEO of Samsung Next TLV, Samsung’s innovation arm, thinks that although 2021 will be a challenging year for businesses and people around the world, it will be far more interesting and promising for new startups. Seeing that entrepreneurs who are at the very beginning of their journey don’t have a product that needs to be shut down or undergo a pivot, or deal with the departure of great employees. New entrepreneurs now find themselves in a new reality where the internet is playing a greater role in commerce, health, communications, learning, and more. “Startups have the tools to analyze these repercussions and build tools and services that will integrate new consumer behavior,” Miller said.

1. Build a flexible plan

2. Plan for a longer and more challenging investment process

3. Adopt mental flexibility

4. Improve your emotional intelligence

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