This project was initiated by nine researchers based on three continents, who saw a need to gather ethically and rigorously collected data on the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to make actionable advice accessible to both practitioners and academics.

The current crisis presents business and families a level of uncertainty about their future that has not been seen since the days of World Wars. In this climate, the need for accurate, reliable and useful information is greater than ever. The crisis also presents a unique opportunity to learn so that our reactions to and planning for future crises are dramatically improved.


The posters summarize key findings from the survey.


The study results will be discussed through a series of virtual seminars and a final global summit between July and October of 2020:


The survey reports explain the key findings of the survey in more detail, each focusing on different aspects of the data collected.