Business Resilience: How can factories bounce back from COVID-19?
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
6am (Houston)/ 1pm CET (Berlin) / 6pm ICT (Bangkok) / 7pm CST (Beijing) – 90 Minutes
The third webinar, which is jointly organized by GIZ FABRIC and ILO's Decent Work in Garment Supply Chains Asia programme, will examine business resilience amidst the crisis, and what it takes for manufacturers, small and large, to survive now and thrive in the future. Three experts will share insights on what makes factories more resilient, speak about what measures they have taken to respond to COVID-19, and discuss possible steps to address the impacts the industry now faces, including partnerships, production, management systems, financing, and how to reopen factories while prioritizing worker safety.
This webinar is for all industry stakeholders and observers, particularly producers – from small and independent export factories to diversified manufacturing groups – and their respective business membership and sectoral associations. To allow more time for questions, we will keep the Q&A chat open for an additional 30 minutes after the scheduled end of the webinar.
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