Navigating the COVID-19 crisis
When switching to “crisis mode", companies are required to handle many interdependent challenges simultaneously, like:
- executing liquidity measures
- ensuring critical operations
- reducing cash-out
- reshaping business models.
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All actions should focus now on gaining transparency on how your business is impacted, secure critical operations and maintain financial stability.
Turbulent times also call for a stringent communication plan to inform and align with all relevant stakeholders. Setting up a virtual war room with a centralized communication flow is the base for rapid decision making.
Private Equity firms are also hit hard by the crisis and their underlying companies are facing multifaceted challenges. Portfolio managers need to take decisive action now.
Governments and supranational bodies have launched comprehensive support programs. We provide you with an overview of the support schemes and the relevant application processes in Germany.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the weak spots of many companies' Working Capital management due to easily available liquidity and less stressed cost situations in the past. Our optimization approach supports you in ensuring full cash flow transparency, opportunity revelation, and potential realization.
The aftereffects of the COVID-19 crisis are sure to be impacting the retail industry significantly, surely changing how consumers shop, interact and what products they prefer.This situation bears the potential to think beyond the current store set-up and reimagine the customer experience.
The COVID-19 crisis will make workforce adjustments necessary in many companies. In this situation, HR departments will become important drivers of their organization's transformation. To reach a balance between reducing overcapacities and building up missing competences, it is vital to create transparency about operational inefficiencies and existing skill gaps.