Reality, Recovery, Opportunity with Tom Cheesewright

We're excited to welcome back leading Futurist and author, Tom Cheesewright with: Reality, Recovery, Opportunity; the next instalment in our webinar series aimed at providing practical support to you and your business.

The unfortunate reality is that COVID-19 is not going away anytime soon. In some way or another, this pandemic has challenged businesses like never before, and with the furlough scheme coming to an end, the prospect of businesses relying on cash reserves will certainly seem to be hitting home soon. However, there is optimism. There are many sectors flourishing, adapting and we're seeing real signs of collaboration and innovation within businesses and their supply chains that, as a result, will make them robust to recover and grow. In this session, Tom will be sharing his insights and will cover the;

  • Impact on various sectors, in particular Retail
  • Smart responses
  • A glimpse into the next 6 months

Date: Thursday 1st October Time: 10:30am - 11:30am

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We'd love to hear from you ahead of the session. There will be an opportunity to submit questions in advance to Tom, as well as during the session, please submit these upon registration in the Zoom question box. Please get in touch with Rebecca Pearson, [email protected] if you have any other queries regarding this webinar.

Tom Cheesewight is an applied futurist, working with global leaders like BMW, Facebook and HSBC to help them see the future more clearly, share that vision, and respond with agility and innovation. In his first book, High Frequency Change, Tom explained why so many of us in business feel like we can't keep up with the fast-changing world. And, in his new book, Future-proof Your Business, Tom offers practical solutions for leaders and organisations of every size.

 

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