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15 July 2020updated 09 Sep 2021 2:29pm

Watch: New Statesman and NatWest Webinar – SMEs and the Pandemic

Paul Scully MP, Kathy Caton and Andrew Harrison discuss how SMEs can learn from bigger businesses in their Covid-19 response.

By NS Events

Small businesses have never faced a more challenging time than now. How can SMEs learn from bigger businesses in their response to Covid-19?

In July, the New Statesman hosted an online panel discussion and live Q&A, sponsored by NatWest. The event, chaired by former New Statesman deputy editor Jon Bernstein brought together the Minister for Small Business Paul Scully MP, CEO of Brighton Gin Kathy Caton, and  Andrew Harrison, NatWest manager of business banking. The panel explored how small and medium-sized enterprises can learn from larger firms in their response to the coronavirus pandemic. 

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