45 per cent of workers expect to work more flexibly after lockdown is lifted as a return to pre-lockdown working practices is unthinkable. Our Business Continuity & Growth special report, published in The Sunday Times, explores why maintaining a duty of care to employees is key, how finance teams are central to companies navigating the current crisis, and why mission statements matter more than ever. 

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In this report

  • Luxury Brands

    How luxury brands are coping with COVID

    Luxury brands – stalwarts of tradition, high end products and impeccable customer service – had to rapidly pivot their offerings to adapt to the pandemic, which is set to disrupt the trading environment for some time

  • Online conferences

    5 ways hospitality has changed to survive

    The events and hospitality industry has been blindsided by government-mandated social-distancing measures enforced across the world as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Here are five examples of how businesses have pivoted their services to provide safe ways for people to connect, eat and be entertained

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