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As we look to 2021, who better to share their experiences than the businesses who have survived and thrived during the challenging circumstances of 2020?  Watch the replays of our event series to hear from a diverse range of business leaders and industry talent as they discuss some of the key challenges facing businesses today.

You can also explore resources and guidance on the key themes covered at the events, to help your business build resilience for the coming months. Yes Business Can.

Trade

Trade - New markets in the new normal

From building supply chain resilience to choosing the right export markets for you, watch Lord Bilimoria and other business leaders discuss how businesses can boost trade in 2021.  

Explore trade

Funding

Financial resilience - Weathering the financial storm

Sound financial planning is key for any successful business; from managing cash flow to making your cash reserves go the distance and accessing the funding you need to succeed. Watch Levi Roots and other business leaders evaluate how businesses can build up financial resilience.

Explore financial resilience

Tech adoption

Technology adoption - Harnessing the power of technology

2020 saw tech adoption accelerate as businesses looked to new ways of working. Watch Joe Wicks MBE and other business leaders examine how businesses can use technology to their best advantage over the coming months.

Explore technology adoption

Innovation

Innovation - Fresh thinking for the future

The ability to innovate and adapt is more important than ever. Watch Sharmadean Reid MBE and other business leaders to learn how your business can embrace change and set yourself apart from the competition.

Explore innovation

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