Growth after Lockdown: Expert advice on hand at Insider’s upcoming forum
We are delighted to announce that our Chief Technology Officer, Martin Riley will be a key speaker at Insider Media’s online forum next week. He will be providing crucial expertise and insight for businesses preparing for a post-Covid strategy.
At Timico, we know it is a challenging and uncertain time for many businesses as they navigate through the difficult waters of Covid-19. Our number one priority during lockdown has been to ensure that our customers remain connected, productive and secure.
However, as we start to move slowly out of lockdown, it is just as important that we help our customers transition into a new normal and prepare for the future. Insider’s Growth after Lockdown virtual forum on 27 August will be a platform for detailing how businesses can find and develop growth strategies during and after lockdown, despite the many challenges.
Martin has an expert level understanding of the complexities involved in creating and evolving digital transformation and cloud strategies in the modern age. He will be providing vital knowledge on the new technologies and business practices companies will need to adopt for post-lockdown growth.
Important issues that will be addressed include:
- How have growth companies overcome obstacles thus far, and what issues ahead need confronting? How are they communicating their strategies with stakeholders, from staff to suppliers?
- What new technologies and business practices will companies need for post-lockdown growth?
- Which sectors are primed for growth? Which for decline? Which for radical change?
- What opportunities will there be for organic growth and for acquisitions?
- How can we fund change and growth?
Insider’s Growth after Lockdown forum will take place on Thursday 27 August at 11am. For more information and to book your place, please visit here.
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