About This Webinar
Tuesday 13 December, 09:30 - 10:15
With dented business confidence, soaring inflation and turmoil among the financial markets, our economy is on the brink of recession. While navigating the country through these choppy waters will be a significant challenge, these crises have presented us with a unique opportunity for permanent shifts in our thinking, behaviours, words and actions.
In order to deliver results and drive growth for the long-term benefit of all, the government, businesses and other political leaders must collaborate.
In this latest episode of SHMA Talks hosted by our CEO – Sarah Walker-Smith, discussed a new form of capitalism where businesses take control. Our guest panellists were:
Abhinay Muthoo - Fellow of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, Visiting Professor of Economics at the Meghnad Desai Academy of Economics, and member of the Cross Parliamentary Party Youth Violence Commission.
Listen now to one of our informative and inspiring SHMA® Talks. Each episode covers a different issue or thought leadership topic aimed to motivate, engage and inspire the leaders of today and tomorrow. Taking the form of interviews, conversations, panel discussions, live Q&As and debates, you can hear from national and local disruptors, industry experts, entertaining and motivational speakers, as well as Shakespeare Martineau leaders and rising stars.
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