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Growth Strategy - Growing Your Business Post Lockdown

In the third webinar of our COVID-19 series, non-executive, board advisor and serial entrepreneur John Courtney will look to how businesses can grow once the global lockdown has eased.

With many businesses focussed on firefighting the problems created by the pandemic in the present, it can be easy to overlook the need to consider the future.
Join John at 5pm on 26th May for his webinar ‘Growth Strategy - growing the business post lockdown’ to understand how to address market gaps left by the economic downturn and understand newly emerging customer needs.

John will also explore how to communicate with stakeholders and generate custom in a what will be a vastly different business world.
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