Coronavirus Crisis Communications [FREE Webinar] - 11am
Businesses and organisations in and around Cambridge are being offered free support to help them survive the coronavirus crisis. Join our interactive webinar to help prepare a plan for effective communications with staff, customers and partners.
|Date||Thursday 19th March|
|Time||11am - 12.00pm|
One of the most important factors in businesses surviving the coronavirus crisis will be effective communications with staff, customers and partners.
Get it right, and you can spread comfort, confidence and reassurance. But get it wrong, and the very future of your company, or organisation, could be under threat.
Having a crisis communications plan in place, with the right team ready, and knowing what to say when you’re hit by the outbreak will greatly help you cope.
Led by a former BBC News Correspondent, Simon Hall, with extensive experience of crises, this interactive webinar will help protect your business or organisation while the fear of coronavirus is at its height.
The webinar will take place at 11am-12.00pm on Thursday 19th March. Please sign up to take part! Participants will be sent a link to join via Zoom prior to the start time.
Simon Hall says, “Having a crisis communications plan in place, with the right team ready, and knowing what to say when you’re hit by the outbreak will greatly help you cope.
“Many businesses have contacted me, asking how to handle their communications at this time of crisis. The webinar will mean as many as possible can understand the best way to pass on what they’re doing to continue with their work, and so ensure their survival.”
John Gourd, CEO of Cambridge Network says “Our Members are facing an unpredictable period and, whilst a lot of focus will have been given to ensuring that their internal operations and supply chains continue, ensuring they are communicating well externally is critically important. I’m grateful to Simon for bringing his extensive experience and knowledge to help our members navigate this challenge.”