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Path to the New Normal webinars: catch-up on past sessions

Exeter Science Park has launched a series of webinars to inform and inspire the region’s business community as we move into the next phase of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In partnership with Devon Community Foundation, Heart of the South West Digital Skills Partnership, SETsquared Exeter and Tech South West the sessions will run online every Monday and Wednesday at 12:30-1pm, and Friday at 11am-12pm. Register for future sessions here.

Catch up on the previous sessions via the links below.

The Met Office’s Covid-19 journey with Professor Penny Endersby – 20 July
Globally businesses are automating, but are we here? Are we at risk of a widening productivity gap? – 15 July

Leading after Lockdown: New approaches and considerations – 13 July
How the region’s tech sector is evolving – 1 July

Exeter and East Devon Enterprise Zone – 29 June

NatWest Business Builder – 22 June

Your Organisational Culture in a Post Lockdown World – 17 June

Health and Safety considerations post COVID-19 with Jon Cooper – 15 June

The role of business in Community Wellbeing – 10 June

Heart of the South West LEP Covid-19 Route Map to Recovery with David Ralph – 8 June

Life-long learning in a digital age. What don’t you know? – 3 June

Path to the New Normal with Dr Sally Basker – 1 June

Click here to download the slides.

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