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Angela Fusaro tells the Atlanta Business Chronicle, “In some ways we’ve been busier than ever.”

By April 6, 2020October 27th, 2020No Comments

The Atlanta Business Chronicle has published an article about the struggles that startups and growth stage companies are likely to face amongst the coronavirus pandemic, with some of the biggest concerns being efforts to scale or raise capital.

This article featured a number of subject matter experts and entrepreneurs from the Atlanta area, including myphysician360 CEO and Founder Angela Fusaro weighing in on the discussion.

“I think we’re in a little bit of an unusual situation for a company of our stage and our size,” Fusaro stated in the article. “In some ways we’ve been busier than ever.”

The fellow subject matter experts that were quoted in the article explained that the businesses that will continue growing during this time must be offering products that remain in high demand and deliver a high return on investment. With health being a number one priority on almost everyone’s mind these days, companies like myphysician360 who provide quick and convenient telemedicine services remain in high-demand and have consequently seen a sharp increase in demand amidst this public health crisis.

Fusaro also mentioned that, although it may be a less than ideal time to raise capital, the pandemic has also caused telehealth company valuations to increase, so there are still many positive and negative forces at play.

You can click here to read the article in its entirety.

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