Technology company SafetyCulture will host a virtual event, SafetyCulture Summit 2020: From Surviving to Thriving, to help prepare businesses for 2021.
The event will feature an international line-up of high-profile personalities and aims to reveal key lessons targeted to business operators about closures, onsite outbreaks and waning consumer confidence.
A series of keynote speakers and breakout sessions will discuss new technology and stories from leading businesses.
SafetyCulture CEO and Founder Luke Anear said the event will provide businesses with the opportunity to learn from unique perspectives and individuals who are masters of adaptation.
“Between them, our speakers have faced emergency landings, outer space, prison, adversaries, and more. Now is the time to draw on diverse experiences after such an unexpected year,” Anear said.
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“Due to COVID-19, businesses are experiencing the biggest changes in operations since World War II. It’s time to think differently about standard processes and procedures.
“Above all else, we want to inspire people after a difficult 2020 and show how adversity often breeds innovation and growth. Most businesses adopted new practices this year in a rush; now is a chance to reflect on how this groundwork can be optimised so teams can do their best work. The lessons and developments from this period will change industries forever.”
The summit’s lineup includes:
- Captain “Sully” Sullenberger
- Erin Brockovich
- John McAvoy
- Captain Scott Kelly
- Craig Tiley
David Brown, the journalist behind Business Wars, will host the SafetyCulture Summit 2020.
Register to attend for free at safetyculture.com/summit-2020