Bruntwood boss Chris Oglesby joined DIB in the Downtown Den to discuss life in the new world we are living in and how companies like his need to respond to the crisis to secure a strong recovery moving forward.
May 20, 2020
Western Union’s Legal Counsel, Justin Simon-Shore. addresses the current environment, which has caused many changes for businesses including planning and preparation, investments, new concepts and ideas.
The ACC Liverpool event campus is currently being used as a logistical distribution hub, supporting Liverpool City Council’s efforts to ensure the most vulnerable people within the city are supported during the coronavirus outbreak.
As part of the #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek Optimise Health Clinic hosted a special webinar to discuss the topic.
Changing course: 7 in 10 people more likely to consider working in a different industry in light of Covid-19
While Covid-19 might have put a pause on normality for the time being, and meant that many people in the UK are in furlough or out of work, new research from Totaljobs has found that two thirds of workers are using this time to re-evaluate their career.
Lancashire County Council’s head of economic development Stephen Young gave a detailed brief of how the county had responded to COVID19 – and more importantly what his hopes and aspirations are for the future.
As part of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, Downtown in Business’ Patrick Gaffney caught up with Psychotherapist and Anxiety Specialist Joshua Fletcher to discuss the mental health impact of working from home in the short and long term.
The former John Lewis MD and current Metro Mayor for the West Midlands, Andy Street CBE, Joined Paul Cadman in the #DowntownDen for a discussion on how the current pandemic has affected the region.