Online panel discussion: The new normal – predicting life after COVID-19

Online panel discussion: The new normal – predicting life after COVID-19

venue Nicosia

dates 23 April, 2020 add event to diary

time 2:00 pm-3:00 pm

Attending (max 3) ?

Will COVID-19 continue to have a significant impact on the way we consume, communicate, invest and work long after the lockdown?

Over the next few weeks Phoenix Leaders will host a series of live webinar discussions in which experts from across a variety of sectors will set out the trends and patterns they believe will begin to emerge in the medium term.To kick the series off, we will be taking a look at the world of digital media, public relations and advertising.
Facilitated by Simon Ashton, Head of Learning & Development at Phoenix Leaders, the discussion will begin with the panelists addressing a number of questions related to the title of the webinar (approx. 20-30 mins). The floor will then open to the rest of the virtual audience, who will be able to submit their own questions or contribute their own opinion on the subject.

 

Our panellists include:
– Michael Kyriakides, Managing Director at ADboard
– Michael Tyrimos, Managing Director at Launchpad/Director at Digital Tree
– Veronica Nicolaou, Senior Communications Consultant at GNORA
– Simon Ashton, Head of Learning and Development at Phoenix Leaders

 

To register please contact Elina on e.kyprianides@phoenixleaders.co.uk

Upcoming Club events

Bruce Daisley – Transitioning back into a post-lockdown workplace: what to expect and how to adapt

venue Nicosia

dates 16 February, 2021 add event to diary

time 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

Join us for a virtual discussion on successfully transitioning back into a post-lockdown workplace with Bruce Daisley

Members’ Welcome Back Drinks

venue Nicosia

dates add event to diary

time 6:30 pm-10:30 pm

Online panel discussion: The new normal – predicting life after COVID-19

venue Nicosia

dates 23 April, 2020 add event to diary

time 2:00 pm-3:00 pm

Will COVID-19 continue to have a significant impact on the way we consume, communicate, invest and work long after the lockdown?