Not only have society and businesses been rocked by the impact of the virus and ongoing public health measures, we are facing historic economic consequences and plans for our recovery must be explored sooner rather than later.
Although most ‘in person’ events are still to recommence, we are working with clients globally to provide expertise, in a ‘virtual’ way. Here are some of the speakers and subjects that have been booked in recent weeks.
Anne Applebaum Spoke with a German city authority about the growth of populism and its impact in society.
Alanna Shaikh Spoke to a Belgian membership based organisation about the public health issues and took part in a lively Q&A about the coronavirus situation.
Mike Berners-Lee Will address a group of European oil and gas executives about sustainability and how the energy industry can help solve key environmental challenges.
Dror Poleg Addressed a top level real estate audience about the future of cities, and how planning will change as a result of ‘the new normal’, post pandemic.
Martin Wolf Will be the main keynote speaker, on economic outlook, for a conference that should have been held in London but has been recast as a series of webinars during June.
Gideon Rachman Will speak with HNW clients of a major investment bank about geopolitics and likely global hotspots in the months ahead.
Nerina Ramlakhan Spoke with a leading firm about ways to safeguard wellbeing and mental health in these challenging times.
We are all becoming more innovative about how we connect and share ideas, whether this is at home or at work. All of the virtual events above have an interactive component, so audiences can engage with these leading speakers.
If you would like to invite one of our experts to connect with your clients or staff, please let us know, and we will be happy to find the right person for you and to agree a format that works for your event and budget.