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Panel discussion with Paul Scully MP, New Statesman former deputy editor Jon Bernstein and more TBC
Small businesses have never faced a more challenging time than now. Making up over 99% of all businesses in the UK, one in four SMEs have already closed their doors. Now, more than ever, small enterprises are looking to corporate businesses for examples on how to respond to the pandemic. To do this, sharing learnings between enterprises of different sizes is crucial so that SMEs have the knowledge, access and support from the private and public sector to see through the crisis and enable new growth.
How have corporate businesses responded to the pandemic? How can these responses be translated to SMEs? What long term support may smaller businesses need to weather the crisis? How can businesses show resilience and adaptability through this pandemic?
Join the New Statesman for an online panel discussion and live Q&A, sponsored by NatWest, with minister for small business Paul Scully MP and others, exploring how small and medium sized enterprises can learn from bigger businesses in their response to Covid-19.
Register here to tune in to this online event at 10am on Tuesday 7th July, and receive joining information closer to the date. Spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis.