Quickstart your online meetings

If you want to quickly connect online with your colleagues / team or even if it's family far away, then this is the session to start with. This online session is aimed at people who are new to online meetings or still exploring ways to improve their online experience with colleagues.


Lessons Learned in South Korea – Coronavirus Response & Recovery

British Chamber of Commerce Korea's CEO, Sean Blakeley and his colleagues Daniel Fertig, PWC and Tomás Centeno, Dyson will share first-hand accounts of how Korea reacted to the virus and reveal data on how it affected businesses across the country. They will also share examples of measures taken by businesses to protect employees, customers and business continuity.

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Quickstart your online meetings

If you want to quickly connect online with your colleagues / team or even if it's family far away, then this is the session to start with. This online session is aimed at people who are new to online meetings or still exploring ways to improve their online experience with colleagues.



Quickstart your online meetings

If you want to quickly connect online with your colleagues / team or even if it's family far away, then this is the session to start with. This online session is aimed at people who are new to online meetings or still exploring ways to improve their online experience with colleagues.


POSTPONED NEW DATE TBC - The Future of EU-US Trade Relations

The EU and US have the largest bilateral and investment relationship in the world. Investment and trade plays a crucial role in fostering the transatlantic relationship and contributing to economic growth.

This event is held under Chatham House rule

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ANTITRUST WEBINAR Managing antitrust risk and business continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic

During this live debate, we will discuss: • the ways in which authorities are responding to challenges faced by businesses having to engage in industry collaboration in order to ensure security of supplies of essential products and services and mitigate the risk of business failure; • the European Commission’s temporary framework for state aid to enable Governments to provide emergency support for Europe’s businesses and economies; and • the impact of the crisis on global deal timelines as the authorities adjust to new ways of working.

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