Capital Enterpirse’s Entrepreneur in Residence Andy Ayim’s top 10 remote tools to use given the coronavirus is disrupting workshops, events, and travel:

1. Whiteboard and post-it notes for workshops: and

2. Pre-record presentations & instructions:

3. Video meetings:

4. Collaborate on content creation: and

5. Team communication:

6. Manage workflows and projects as well as create docs and databases:

7. Scheduling meetings: and

8. Check out the timezones of fellow workers internationally:

9. File sharing:

10. Proof read your emails and documents: