Indian startups need to reset their work, reassess and reimagine their business as they navigate through the coronavirus crisis, according to a new playbook for the startup community by Google.

The pandemic has caused massive disruptions, and startups, in particular, have been hit hard since they operate with lean teams and resources and have far less cushion than a scaled enterprise.

To support startups, tech giant Google that runs its own Google for Startups Accelerator (GSF) programme, has launched a playbook on how startups can emerge strong from the covid crisis. The playbook contains inputs from venture capital firms, startups and mentors to bring informed and actionable advice from across the ecosystem to young businesses and their leaders, as they navigate their way through this Black Swan event.