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Supporting entrepreneurs through the crisis

Supporting entrepreneurs through the crisis

Skysthelimit.org know what it's like to work remotely and have been doing so for the past three years. Now their digital services are more relevant than ever before. They're supporting small business, and young entrepreneurs around the clock to overcome challenges they're facing during Covid-19 through new resources and emergency funds for those who need it.

We spoke to Nic Cary, CEO of Blockchain.com and Bo Ghirardelli, CEO of Skysthelimit.org, on how they're supporting small business to thrive during these tough times.

How COVID-19 immunity passports could work

How COVID-19 immunity passports could work

Have you heard of Project 100?

The FinTech collaboration raising $100 million

Getting PPE from China to Boston

When rapid payment procured over 2 million pieces of PPE

Keeping UK small business in trade

How iZettle & Stuart collaborated to keep small businesses running

LightningAid in lightning speed

How a life-changing initiative was built in just 8 days

Going into overdrive to help the US gig economy

Getting cash grants and medical support to the US's hardest hit

Going back in time to free up cash

Curve discovers innovative way to free up cash in the crisis

Calculating critical relief

Cutting through the chaos to know how much financial aid to expect

Assessing personal infection risk

Using your mobile to identify areas of COVID-19 infection

Cashing back for local business

How Wallit is rewarding shopping local

Reconnecting agribusiness

Creating contactless digital payment solutions for farmers in India

Getting payment relief to the masses

No more waiting for hours for critical aid

Keeping our local businesses afloat

Saving our local shops through vouchers

Tracking the virus without compromising privacy

A look into the Kansas City-built COVID-19 exposure tracking app

Enabling the self-employed to access benefits

Helping UK sole traders self-certify their income

Reaching the Philippines’ unbanked, rural and poor

Getting funds to quarantined Filipinos