In-depth with Global Women Leaders in the face of Covid-19 in the Services sector
WBAF Virtual Roundtable
COVID-19 is having an unprecedented impact on life as we know it. Within the Services industry players must adapt and look to change the way Services are designed and delivered. Our Chairwoman, Asma Bashir, will be speaking on a panel of Global Women Leaders to discuss this in more depth tomorrow, 21st July 2020, at 4pm GMT.
The evidence suggests that given its unprecedented nature, it is very likely that the covid-19 crisis is transforming the way Services are designed and delivered. The task is uniquely challenging for industries that rely heavily on in-person interaction, including a wide swath of sectors from banking and insurance to hospitality, telecommunications, government & public services, IT and industrial services.
This webinar aims to identify, understand and address these and other issues related to the trends in the transformation of Service industries and how can this transformation create more formal, qualified, high-quality and resilient jobs, the effectiveness of post-pandemic recovery efforts for service industries, the use of artificial intelligence and robots in services, as well as government measures and policies intended to provide assistance and interventions in service sectors.
WBAF Virtual Roundtable:
In-depth with Global Women Leaders in the face of Covid-19 in Services sector
Date: 21 July 2020
Time: 4 pm GMT
60 Minutes + 30 Minutes Q&A
Swati Mandela, President, WBAF Global Woman Leaders Committee & High Commissioner for South Africa
Marie-Christine Oghly, World President, World Association of Women Entrepreneurs (FCEM), Vice President of the GWL Committee, France
Deniz Misir, Founder, V22 MFO, WBAF Senator for Turkey
Danela Arsovska, President of the Macedonian Chambers of Commerce
Asma Bashir, Chairman Centuro Global, WBAF Senator for UK
Alexandra Lund, CEO Core Values Consulting, WBAF Senator for Cyprus