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Wednesday, April 22, 2020 (4 PM - 5 PM)

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The Covid-19 health emergency is putting strain on economies, markets and businesses across the globe. This sustained disruption is upending views on the business and economic outlook for the near- and long-term future.


To understand and track private sectors views on the impact of COVID-19, how businesses are coping and their plans for the next three months and beyond, The Economist Intelligence Unit recently launched the Global Business Barometer. Based on an initial online survey of 2,758 executives from 118 countries, fielded from March 26th to April 6th, we ask questions ranging from their outlook on the global economy and investment plans to operational and risk management strategies.


Join us as we review and discuss the findings of this survey with a panel of business leaders in the region. In uncertain times, this session offers a valuable opportunity to benchmark your expectations against those of peers across sectors and geographies.

Speakers

  • Chris Clague (Managing Editor Asia & Global Editorial Lead, Trade and Globalisation at The Economist Intelligence Unit)

    Chris Clague

    Managing Editor Asia & Global Editorial Lead, Trade and Globalisation at The Economist Intelligence Unit

  • Stuart Thornton (CEO & Co-Founder of hoolah)

    Stuart Thornton

    CEO & Co-Founder of hoolah

  • Harry Woo (SVP/MD, Asia Pacific at Panduit Singapore Pte Ltd)

    Harry Woo

    SVP/MD, Asia Pacific at Panduit Singapore Pte Ltd

  • Andrew Staples (Global Editorial Director of Economist Corporate Network)

    Andrew Staples

    Global Editorial Director of Economist Corporate Network

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