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Preparing for the recession

Preparing for the recession

The true economic impact of COVID-19 will be felt worldwide by businesses and individuals for many years to come, with the Bank of England warning that the UK economy is heading towards its sharpest recession on record.

This webinar will look at the lessons learnt from the 2008 financial crisis and what businesses should be doing now to prepare to survive the next recession.

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