UK on Life Support

Webinar series recordings

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Julian Jessop

As part of Capgemini Invent’s campaign UK on Life Support – exploring the hidden impacts on vulnerability as a result of the pandemic – we were joined by Julian Jessop, Independent Economist and fellow for the Institute of Economic Affairs. In this video, Julian talks about some of the broader economic impacts of the pandemic and what this might mean in the short and long term for businesses and the employment market.

 

David Hale

As part of Capgemini Invent’s campaign UK on Life Support – exploring the hidden impacts on vulnerability as a result of the pandemic – we were joined by David Hale, Head of Public Affairs at the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). In this video, David tells us about some of the challenges small and medium businesses have been facing, as well as the impacts on those who face job insecurity or may be struggling to get back into work.

 

James Daley

As part of Capgemini Invent’s campaign UK on Life Support – exploring the hidden impacts on vulnerability as a result of the pandemic – we were joined by James Daley, Managing Director of Fairer Finance. In this video David talks about the response of the government and financial services sector in meeting the needs of both business and personal customers during the pandemic. He also explores what needs to be done to prevent the loss of good business prospects as we move back towards some normality.

Kristen O’Connell

As part of Capgemini Invent’s campaign UK on Life Support – exploring the hidden impacts on vulnerability as a result of the pandemic – we were joined by Kristen O’Connell, Founder and Director of Superlative Recruitment and immigration policy lead at the FSB. In this video Kristen talks about the challenges of owning a business during a pandemic, particularly in the recruitment sector. She also gives her view on how the employment market has been affected.