With the world’s economy recovering from the COVID-19 crisis, managing risks and adjusting strategies for post-pandemic development have become amongst the top priorities for many businesses. However, organisations, especially small and medium enterprises, are now facing difficulties in forecasting future trends due to uncertainties caused by the pandemic. In the first half of 2021, Vietnam saw more than 70,000 businesses withdrawing from the market, an increase of nearly 25% year-on-year, and most of which were of small scale or established under 5 years.
According to World Bank’s experts, firms that survived the COVID-19 crisis are older and more productive; they also tend to be innovators, use digital technology, and operate in less burdensome business environments. So what does it take for a business to not only survive, but also innovate and thrive in a changing future?
To help professionals and businesses find answers to this question, the upcoming ‘Leaders Talk’ webinar on October 2nd will welcome a special guest: Nitin Kapoor – Chairman and General Director, AstraZeneca Vietnam and Asia area frontier markets. With over 25 years of experience across various industries, and now leading a country branch of one of the world’s most popular pharmaceutical firms, Mr. Kapoor will be sharing about business administration skills during challenging times such as these, as well as giving comments on pandemic control and business outlook in the new economy. The webinar will be moderated by Dr. João Fialho – Leader of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme at BUV.
‘Guiding Businesses Through Times Of Crisis’ is the fourth episode in the ‘Leaders Talk’ series of events co-organised by British University Vietnam (BUV) and British Chamber of Commerce Vietnam (BritCham Vietnam). Built for career-oriented professionals, the programme is where business ideas and experience are shared and exchanged.
– Date & time: 2:30 – 4:00 pm, Saturday, 2 October 2021
– Platform: online via Zoom
– Language: English
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