In the wake of COVID-19 outbreak, Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) is gearing up to extend a helping hand to startups.
As part of it, KSUM will conduct a rapid survey among the startups to understand their current status, challenges, safety of employees, and business continuity. Based on the survey, KSUM will take further measures.
The last date for startups to participate in the survey is March 27.
The impact study for understanding the current situations will be conducted at the earliest and subsequently, an online mentorship programme will be conducted to offer guidelines for startups.
The mentorship is meant to provide suggestions for improving technical and business products to overcome the present crisis, activities and safety during the lockdown period, and planning for next financial year. KSUM is the nodal agency for entrepreneurship development and incubation activities
in the state.