Businesses adapting to COVID-19 'Reflecting on the Italian business response to COVID-19'
Working with some of our 1783 President’s Network Team, this webinar features speakers Sharon Reilly a Managing Partner of Reily & Tesoro an Employment Law Firm and John Stewart the Chairman of Airport Handling S.p.A at Aeroporto Milano Malpensa 2.
Both business leaders are based in Milan and reflect on the crisis from their own individual circumstances and the impact on their operations from the lockdown and other preventative measures put in place by the Italian Government. In addition they discuss the impact to the Italian economy and what advice they would offer businesses in Glasgow to help protect this business.
The session was hosted by Chamber member Russell Walker and includes an interactive Q&A.
Gillian Docherty CEO of The Data Lab 'A week is a long time, adapting to a new daily reality'
As the COVID-19 crisis develops minute by minute, we have had to adapt to a new reality in the way we work and live. Few of us were truly aware that events would evolve so quickly, and it is becoming increasing clear that the next period in our fight against the virus, is going to be very challenging to businesses of all sizes and sectors.
However, as we adapt to the new reality on our daily routines, Gillian Docherty, the CEO of The Data Lab Reflects on how they have approached the crisis. Gillian will share the experiences that the business has faced over the last couple of weeks, and the approach they are taking to minimise disruption to the services that they offer, while also ensuring staff and client safety.
Businesses adapting to COVID-19: How are businesses in China rebounding post virus?
Hear from industry professionals from the food and drink, manufacturing and digital sectors in China discuss how businesses within their industries coped during the peak of the virus and how they are beginning to rebound. Panellists will share strategies employed to combat the negative economic impacts, as well as discuss the six measures put in place by the government. Food and beverage and manufacturing are sectors to which remote working and city lockdowns pose unique and complex challenges, forcing these industries to innovate and be revolutionary in their use of both technology and employees.
We are delighted to officially launch our #connectforgrowth video.
We have had an exciting 12 months at Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and we wanted to share with you some of the outstanding member highlights and projects which we hope you will enjoy.
Benefits of Belonging Breakfast
Behind the Scenes at Celtic Football Club
Glasgow Talks... with Jim McColl OBE
Stuart Patrick's address to Glasgow Business Awards 2014
Think Digital Scotland: Tomorrow's City Centre