Challenges of COVID-19: From Shutdown to Recovery for Small and Medium Businesses

The Faculty of Economics at Kardan University organized an online seminar on the “Challenges of COVID-19: From Shutdown to Recovery for Small and Medium Businesses” on June 4, 2020, for the students of this faculty.

Professor Anthony Negbenebor, Assistant Vice President for Business Dev. and Partnerships, Dean Emeritus, and Dover Chair of Business at Godbold School of Business, Gardner-Webb University delivered the much-anticipated seminar. He discussed the impact of Coronavirus on the economy of the United States and some other countries. He also elaborated on the ways of improving economies post-pandemic.

Towards the end, the Professor provided comprehensive answers to questions raised by students about the impact of COVID-19 on the economy of Afghanistan. The students were satisfied with the effectiveness of the seminar and appreciated the efforts of Kardan University, in particular the Faculty of Economics, for organizing such practical virtual sessions.

As always, Kardan University is fully committed to finding new ways of teaching and learning as well as engaging with our students and the community during these challenging times.