Today is the last to register for the SafeyCulture Summit 2020: From Surviving to Thriving, which aims to help businesses prepare for 2021 following the impact of COVID-19.

Global technology company SafetyCulture is bringing together a range of sharp and innovative minds for the virtual event, with an international line-up of high profile personalities who will reveal key lessons targeted to business operators as they look towards 2021. For many professionals, threats such as closures, onsite outbreaks, and waning consumer confidence remain top of mind.

Attendees will be hear from a series of keynote speakers as well as having access to breakout sessions discussing inside stories from leading businesses and new technologies.

Commenting on the event, Luke Anear, CEO and Founder of SafetyCulture said: “This event will provide businesses with the opportunity to learn from unique perspectives and individuals who are masters of adaptation. Between them, our speakers have faced emergency landings, outer space, prison, adversaries, and more.

“Now is the time to draw on diverse experiences after such an unexpected year. Due to COVID-19, businesses are experiencing the biggest changes in operations since World War II. It’s time to think differently about standard processes and procedures.

“Above all else, we want to inspire people after a difficult 2020 and show how adversity often breeds innovation and growth. Most businesses adopted new practices this year in a rush; now is a chance to reflect on how this groundwork can be optimised so teams can do their best work. The lessons and developments from this period will change industries forever.”

Speakers at SafetyCulture Summit 2020 include:

  • Captain “Sully” Sullenberger
  • Erin Brockovich
  • Retired NASA astronaut Captain Scott Kelly
  • Craig Tiley, CEO of Tennis Australia

Attendees will also hear from the event host, SafetyCulture – a global safety technology company which helps to streamline operations and foster high performing, safer workplaces – and its sister-company EdApp, an award-winning mobile training solution. The companies closely collaborated across 2020 to find ways to support businesses through the COVID-19 crisis.

Registration is free for the event which takes place 11am AEDT on Thursday 19 November.

Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of The Shout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both The Shout and Bars and Clubs.

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