Coronavirus will change the way we work and live forever.
While technology businesses have always been at the forefront of digital working practices, the coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses of all shapes and sizes, across all sectors to rapidly adapt to new digital concepts like remote remoting or cloud computing.
Once a novelty, now video conferencing or meetings, staff engagement or even the 'virtual pub' are part of our everyday lives, and across the world we're living and working more remotely than ever before.
But what does this mean for the way we attract and retain talent, especially in a competitive field such as technology?
In this session, you'll learn from David Buttress, co-founder of Just Eat UK, Venture Partner at 83 North, Chairman of Dragons Rugby, and one of Wales most influential and successful tech businesspeople.
With a wealth of experience in attracting and retaining top level talent, David will explore the opportunities for businesses to create global remote workforces and how to secure high value talent in a world where employees can work anywhere.
Along with discussing the impact on culture and employee lifestyle benefits, we'll also discuss what a shift to working remotely means for cities and regions outside of traditional businesses hubs such as London and other major cities.
Will the future of talent be dictated by quality of life benefits? How can businesses outside of traditional areas take advantage of these changes?
Join David Buttress as we discuss these questions and more, as we examine the new normal in a post Covid-19 world.
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Managing Director of Technology Connected
David is a Digital Technology expert and advisor, curre...
As well as being the figurehead for an industry that pu...
Chairman at Dragons Rugby
Managing Director of Method4 Ltd
Chief Executive Officer at GoCompare.com
Pro Vice Chancellor at The University of South Wales