Bringing Business Back: Innovation

Date:01/10/2020 (10:00 - 11:00)

Status:ACTIVE | 5 or more places remaining

Member Rate: Free

Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce
Delivered Online

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The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the world dramatically – from business models, trading and the economy, to leisure, social activities and travel plans– almost every area of life has been affected.

During the crisis, many organisations have pivoted their business by repurposing existing knowledge, skills, people and products to meet new demands which have emerged. Agility has proved critical to the survival and success of many organisations and we’ve seen a range of exciting and innovative new business models and ways of working developed.
We want to celebrate this excellent work, and provide a space for knowledge transfer and idea sharing amongst members.
Representatives from a range of sectors have been invited to this panel event to showcase how they have adapted their operations to navigate these times. On the day, you’ll hear from:

  • JP Anderson, Chief Technology Officer at ClearWater Hygiene Ltd
  • Neil Rudram, Sales and Marketing Manager at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange
  • Fiona Doherty, Managing Director of Stagecoach West Scotland

Panellists will share information on how their business has been impacted by COVID-19 and what steps have been taken to pivot and innovate. We’ll also explore how these opportunities were identified and key lessons learned, before looking to the future to see if any further plans or developments are in the pipeline.

This video conversation will be delivered via Zoom. Once registered you'll be sent joining instructions


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