Please join us on March 3rd for an exclusive webinar where we examine the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on Greater China's consumer-oriented sectors.
The novel coronavirus (Covid-19) has spread beyond China's borders, with confirmed cases in every continent in the world apart from Antarctica. Reduced domestic consumer confidence in Greater China, as well as inbound and outbound travel and tourism, present great threats to consumer goods and consumer services industries. In The Economist Corporate Network's survey of members following the coronavirus outbreak, these are the exact industries with the highest share of members indicating that the coronavirus would have "strongly negative impact."
Join us for this special webinar from The Economist Corporate Network where we draw on the latest analysis from The Economist Intelligence Unit and bring together industry specialists to discuss:
This is the fifth in a series of special webinars from The Economist Corporate Network designed to help business leaders better understand and respond to the recent coronavirus outbreak.
*Please note that this webinar is for existing clients of The Economist Corporate Network. Limited guest seats are available.
Head of Consumer & Retail, Head of Technology at KPMG Hong Kong
Senior Consulting Partner at Ogilvy & Mather Asia Pacific
President of Corporate Solutions at EF English First Language Training (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Director, Hong Kong of The Economist Corporate Network
Analyst, Access China at The Economist Intelligence Unit (The EIU)