How do businesses stay resilient and innovate during challenging times?
Thursday 29 October (10.30am - 11.30am)
Innovate Moreton Bay presents a fireside discussion as part of the 2020 Moreton Bay Region Business & Jobs Expo.
About this presentation:
Like businesses everywhere, Moreton Bay businesses are experiencing significant negative impacts due to the pandemic.
Resilience can assist firms in times of crisis.
This panel will share some early findings from USC Research, conducted by Drs Retha de Villiers Scheepers and Noel Tracey, outlining how Moreton Bay businesses have been affected and how they are adapting and innovating amidst all the uncertainty. Megan Avard from Surepact, Joe Hoolahan from JESI and Michael Holmstrom from StemPunks will share their experiences about changes they have had to make this year.
Join this panel to learn from other businesses about:
- Being resilient;
- Ideas to refocus your business during challenging times;
- How to ensure you practice self-care and show leadership;
- How to take your team along on the journey.
2020 Moreton Bay Region Business & Jobs Expo
The Moreton Bay Business Expo and Jobs Expo have combined to create a greater platform for local businesses and job seekers to connect. The expo is expecting more than 150 local businesses exhibiting, connecting and doing business on Thursday 29 October at The Hope Centre, Rothwell.
The expanded program which includes additional workshops, presentations and opportunities is all aimed at assisting businesses getting back to business. The program will also include an Innovation Precinct with fireside chats and workshops available for attendees.
The Moreton Bay Region Business & Jobs Expo is proudly presented by Small Business Expos and supported by Moreton Bay Regional Council, Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism, Regional Development Australia - Moreton Bay, and Innovate Moreton Bay.