How will the UK emerge from lockdown? Join a live discussion with our world-class experts at 3pm, UK time, on Wednesday, 12 August 2020.


As economies around the world emerge from lockdown, businesses must adapt to the “new normal”. We are fortunate to have three of UK’s leading minds in business, technology and innovation for this Live Q&A, with the Business Leader Magazine, analysing the impact of the pandemic and outlining how companies can serve all stakeholders and rebuild public confidence in a way that supports the less fortunate and generates inclusive and sustainable prosperity.

Funding London’s lead mentors, Sukhendu Pal and Steve Garnett, along with Stephen Kelly, Chair of Tech Nation, will be online to discuss how the coronavirus outbreak has forced entrepreneurs to think on their feet, rapidly pivoting business models as they adapt to the “new normal” and use technology to transform relationships with customers and staff.

Key Talking Points

A fire has raged through the heart of the economy, destroying and disabling many companies. How should we reshape and rebuild great companies for the “new normal”?

What will be the required model of leadership for the “new normal”?

How can we rebuild public confidence in capitalism and its ability to function in a way that generates inclusive and sustainable prosperity?

What is the biggest challenge companies face for business recovery at this most challenging of times?

When business, as usual, is impossible, what might leaders lead with purpose accomplish?

What will leaders do to keep their teams engaged, morale high, culture intact, and maintain high performance in the new environment?

Presented by

Funding London (Mayor of London’s Investment Organisation)

Business Leader Magazine

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