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Business Beyond Covid-19: 15.00pm (UK) Session

25 January 2021, 15.00pm UK

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Business Beyond Covid-19: 15.00pm (UK) Session

Overview

On 25 January 2021 join business and legal leaders from a real rainbow of united nations, including Australia, Brazil, India, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, the UK and USA, to conclude the 2020-21 Business Beyond Covid-19 online event series.

Over the past year, The Legal 500 joined with The Blended Capital Group to host a dynamic debate and exploration of how business in different countries across the world has mitigated the seemingly never-ending uncertainty and risks of the Global Pandemic. Now, in our closing session before offering recommendations to the UN World Investment Forum we are exploring how business worldwide is preparing for a vaccine-driven return to a new form of reality, hopefully, during an improving 2021.

Leading legal minds

The online event series was kicked off by Judge Professor Mervyn King of South Africa and Professor Paul Q. Watchman, from the UK where he was a former Senior Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Both Professors have kindly supported the on-line series from the start and will help deliver final recommendations to a forthcoming on-line event supporting the UN global investment event. You will be advised of the UN event date/time shortly.

Respecting time zones ranging from Tokyo to San Francisco we will convene the event twice during the day at 8.00am (UK) and then again at 3.00pm (UK).

REGISTER

For the 8.00am session click here

For the 3.00pm session click here

Earlier debate

For a flavour of the earlier debate in 2020, including event videos and a thought-leader paper visit the dedicated Business Beyond Covid-19 website here.

We would like to acknowledge our generous supporters throughout the global series including:

United Nations South Africa;

Oriental Consultants Global Co., Ltd. (Japan);

Mwezi Co., Ltd. (Kenya);

Future-Fit Foundation (UK Charity);

The Tony Elumelu Foundation (Nigeria); and

Business Unity South Africa (BUSA SA).

Click below to register for the 3.00pm session