Building resilience through disruption

Tuesday, 17th March 2020

Guest blog from KPMG

Coronavirus is a global health crisis with far reaching implications, the extent of which are still becoming apparent. The overwhelming priority is now to contain the virus and minimise its spread, reducing the impact it will have on individuals, families and communities around the world. Our thoughts are with all those that have been affected.

During this webinar, you’ll be able to hear from experts including Scott Rosenstein, Special Advisor, Global Health from Eurasia Group and KPMG’s James Stewart, Partner, Vice Chair and Prof Hilary Thomas, Chief Medical Adviser on Wednesday 18 March 2020 between 12:30-13:30.

We’ll explore the immediate and medium to long term actions you need to consider to build resilience and manage the challenges faced by your organisation from COVID-19.

This will cover practical insights to support your business continuity planning across a number of areas:

• Disrupted supply chains
• A lack of available staff
• Working capital and cash flow constraints
• Cost Management
• Contract issues and
• Sourcing the IT solutions necessary to ensure a seamless large-scale remote working operation.

You can register here.

This will be the first of a series webinars to help organisations navigate the impact of COVID-19 from KPMG. You can register at the KPMG Preference Centre.