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Can Do: How Businesses Can Adapt To Unpredictable Times

Aug 30, 2020

How does a business adapt to stay afloat in these unpredictable times? What are the steps you should be taking right now? Where can you turn for help? On today’s episode of Can Do, we’re asking our guests these questions and more.

2020 has been a year of extraordinary unpredictability. And with the next U.S. presidential election in November and no COVID-19 vaccine available, stability is still beyond the horizon. There are myriad  unknowns, but we’ve invited three experts to share their experiences and help shed light on what may be ahead.

Joining us today are:

Dr. Scott Latham, author, business commentator and professor at the Manning School of Business at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

Pat LaPointe, venture capitalist and current Managing Director of the Montana-based Frontier Angels investment network.

And Michelle Huie, entrepreneur and CEO of VIM & VIGR, a compression legwear company based in Missoula, Montana.

Can Do: Essential Business Lessons

Can Do is a podcast that explores the business lessons critical for success in these volatile times. We share the insights of industry experts alongside the experiences and advice of local businessmen and businesswomen. Whether you’re a business owner, an entrepreneur, or your career is affected by the current economic climate, these lessons will give you the guidance you need to make informed decisions about your future. Hosted by Arnie Sherman.

Support for this episode of Can Do is provided by the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, dedicated to investing in people to improve the quality of their lives.

Additional support comes from the Greater Montana Foundation, encouraging communication on issues, trends and values of importance to Montanans.

And from Montana Rail Link, committed to safely delivering transportation solutions to their clients.

And Parsons Behle and Latimer, a regional law firm with national expertise, representing the interests of Montana entrepreneurs and businesses. More information at parsonsbehle.com.