Coverage of the coronavirus outbreak has appropriately been focused more on the spread of the virus and less on the steps that businesses need to take to cope with the disruption caused by it.
In this recorded webinar in partnership with the Wall Street Journal, Martina Bozadzhieva, DuckerFrontier’s Head of Research, Martina Bozadzhieva, and Ryan Connelly, Practice Leader for Global Economics and Scenarios discuss with WSJ’s Frontier Markets editor, Dan Keeler, how multinationals are adjusting to the global disruptions caused by coronavirus, China’s slowdown, and the oil price crash.
Our speakers provide a sober analysis of the business impact of the spread of coronavirus, the measures being deployed to try limit downside on their businesses, and a set of rational steps they can take to manage their risks and ensure the best possible outcome for their businesses.
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