May 15, 2020 at 9am - May 27, 2020

The SBRC’s ‘Scottish Business Cares’ webinar series has been active since the second week of lockdown and is a free resource to Scottish businesses aimed at giving practical, focused advice on the current covid-19 pandemic and it’s impact on business. Details on all upcoming webinars can be found here or viewed below: https://www.sbrcentre.co.uk/events/

If you miss a webinar, the full series can be viewed retrospectively on SBRC’s YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-OI4nIWccE9PWcU0D-2jqQ - or via their website: https://www.sbrcentre.co.uk/news/2020/march/catch-up-on-the-latest-sbrc-webinars/

The SBRC also has a dedicated LinkedIn group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8918303/

 

Scottish Business Resilience Centre: Upcoming Webinars

15 MAY

Webinar: looking at Covid 19 and the city of Aberdeen - an update

Join our second Aberdeen Business Resilience webinar and hear from industry leaders on how they are building their personal and business resilience around Covid-19

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20 MAY

Webinar: looking at Covid-19 and the city of Dundee

Scottish Business Cares at SBRC is delighted to bring together a group of Dundee Businesses and organisations to highlight what is going on in the City around Covid-19.

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21 MAY

Webinar: How to build a resilient mindset

We are delighted to have Emma Bell deliver a master class on 'How to build a resilient mindset.

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22 MAY

Dundee fireside chat

Why building a vibrant and supported tech scene during and post-covid matters now, more than ever.

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27 MAY

Webinar: The challenge to Scotland’s rural economy and staying safe in these changing times

In the face of growing cyber threats during the Covid-19 pandemic, our cyber advisors, including ethical hackers will be briefing businesses on the most up-to-date cyber threat landscape and highlighting methods to improve cyber resilience.

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May 15, 2020 at 9am - May 27, 2020
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