Covid-19 threw global markets in disarray.
If you stop and check financial metrics for more than a few minutes, it’s easy to be discouraged.
Add massive layoffs and headquarters closing into the mix, and in the blink of an eye, the one thing you are sure about is the fear of the future.
However, we’re hopeful. Adversity and resilient leaders are the perfect recipes for disruptive innovation that drives our ecosystem further.
We stand by that, and we believe that the Central Eastern European market can rise above the challenges posed by Covid-19, by focusing on our greatest asset: our talent.
Join us on Thursday, November 26th at 5 pm (GMT+2) to learn more about how businesses can thrive in a challenging economy.
We’ll touch on the following topics:
- What innovation looks like
- How priorities have changed before and after CoVid
- What are the trends emerging in the CEE market?
- What opportunities are there for businesses to grow in trying times
- What the future of workforce will look like
- How culture comes into play in all of this
- How CEOs can facilitate growth
Our panel will be made up of experts in talent management, tech innovation, and business development.
It’s our pleasure to introduce:
Madalina Racovitan, Partner and Head of People Services for KPMG, a position in which she has developed KPMG’s People Services practice over several years, developing particularly strong expertise in personal taxation and HR advisory.
Jamie Qiu, Founder and Managing Partner of Studio Zao, a London-headquartered innovation and talent development studio that works with global brands, organizations, and academic institutions, such as Sony Music Entertainment, EY, NHS, and Pentland Brands.
Daniel Zinner, International Entrepreneur, and Growth Consultant, with expertise in a wide array of fields. Daniel boasts 7 years in Management Consulting, 6 years in the Banking and Finance sector, as well as 4 years in the Transport and Aviation industry.
Tomek Milosz, Founder, and CEO of GIGLIKE, HR Leader and Executive Coach. He is focused on the gig-economy, the workforce of the future, and how the workforce market transforms driven by digitization, demographics, and the pace of change.
Our panelists have an outstanding record of driving innovation through the highs and lows of their industry. And they’re ready to share valuable insights with you on the 26th of November.
We’re excited to see you there!