Or on the contrary, the survival of the company comes before any consideration

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Business Model Adaptation in the Cultural sector

Magazine "Magazine "February 17, 2022

February 17, 2022 The “Journal of Open Innovation” magazine has published my article on how Spanish cultural companies have adapted their business models during and after the crisis caused by COVID-19

February 17, 2022

The objective of the research is to find out how Cultural companies have adapted their business models during the COVID-19 crisis. Knowing more about this adaptation is important to ensure that both the cultural sector in general, and companies in particular, are more resilient in the future and also to know the various adaptation mechanisms they have used.

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The objective of the research is to find out how Cultural companies have adapted their business models during the COVID-19 crisis. Knowing more about this adaptation is important to ensure that both the cultural sector in general, and companies in particular, are more resilient in the future and also to know the various adaptation mechanisms they have used. Some companies did not adapt their business models for various reasons: either they did not believe it was necessary and they had enough financial muscle to wait for “the storm to pass”, or their managers had the perception that adaptation was impossible and they prepared themselves to resist or they dedicated themselves to other works.

Some companies did not adapt their business models for various reasons: either they did not believe it was necessary and they had enough financial muscle to wait for “the storm to pass”, or their managers had the perception that adaptation was impossible and they prepared themselves to resist or they dedicated themselves to other works.Some companies did not adapt their business models for various reasons: either they did not believe it was necessary and they had enough financial muscle to wait for “the storm to pass”, or their managers had the perception that adaptation was impossible and they prepared themselves to resist or they dedicated themselves to other works.

Some companies did not adapt their business models for various reasons: either they did not believe it was necessary and they had enough financial muscle to wait for “the storm to pass”, or their managers had the perception that adaptation was impossible and they prepared themselves to resist or they dedicated themselves to other works. The companies that adapted did so in 3 phases, the first being improvised adaptation, in which they had to respond to the emergency with the technical, human and knowledge assets they had at that time, while planning the adaptation to the environment. term.

The companies that adapted did so in 3 phases, the first being improvised adaptation, in which they had to respond to the emergency with the technical, human and knowledge assets they had at that time, while planning the adaptation to the environment. term.The companies that adapted did so in 3 phases, the first being improvised adaptation, in which they had to respond to the emergency with the technical, human and knowledge assets they had at that time, while planning the adaptation to the environment. term.

either their managers had the perception that adaptation was impossible and they prepared to resist or they dedicated themselves to other jobs

To better understand the adaptation of the business models of cultural companies, it is necessary to analyze their ability to improvise in an emergency, their relationship with institutions and organizations that bring their peers together, and their ability to detect the changing needs of their clients and create a medium-term plan to cover them.

To better understand the adaptation of the business models of cultural companies, it is necessary to analyze their ability to improvise in an emergency, their relationship with institutions and organizations that bring their peers together, and their ability to detect the changing needs of their clients and create a medium-term plan to cover them. The “Journal of Open Innovation” magazine has published my article on how Spanish cultural companies have adapted their business models during and after the crisis caused by COVID-19

New research on adapting business models

The research that I am currently carrying out is still on cultural companies, but I am analyzing whether, when an emergency like COVID-19 arises and it is necessary to adapt business models, the sustainability of these models continues to be taken into account… OR on the contrary, the survival of the company comes before any consideration.

The research that I am currently carrying out is still on cultural companies, but I am analyzing whether, when an emergency like COVID-19 arises and it is necessary to adapt business models, the sustainability of these models continues to be taken into account… OR on the contrary, the survival of the company comes before any consideration.

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