Having responded to the impact of the global pandemic, we are now concentrating on what a post-CoViD world will look like. With uncertainty lies much speculation, and we are all focusing on retaining and developing business despite many distractions. Gathering facts that can keep us informed can provide that competitive advantage.
From August 2020 a leading global resilience industry body has been studying a broad range of data sets and predictions across the world, separating facts from interpretations. The findings have been remarkably accurate. Chamber is pleased to share how those data sets were gathered and measured to the facts over the last twelve months and how the programme continues to produce confident information predictions moving into 2022.
This September, Chamber has invited the Chair of the Global Group, Chris Oliver from Armstrong Continuity, to present the findings and help us focus on some data sets of specific interest to the Bailiwick. (Book Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ogh-lunch-post-covid-global-research-trends-tickets-165107704589
This event is kindly sponsored by Islands.
Confit leg of duck, chorizo and chick pea cassoulet
Chick pea and white bean cassoulet, honey and balsamic roots