A Better Work Start: How do Australian ethical/social enterprises strategically respond to COVID-19?

The roundtable aims to explore how Australian ethical/social enterprises strategically respond to the current pandemic.

This roundtable will be led by Dr. Natalya Turkina from the Graduate School of Business and Law and will feature a panel of prominent Industry representatives.

The following topics will be discussed:

  • Key opportunities and challenges brought in by COVID-19 to their enterprises;
  • How their enterprises strategically respond to these opportunities and challenges;
  • If there are any unexpected consequences of their strategic actions during COVID-19;
  • How their enterprises remain accountable to their stakeholders during COVID-19

The panel will include:

  • Julie McKay - Founder and Managing Director, Enable
  • Sue Boyce - CEO, Ability Works
  • Melanie Raymond - OAM, Chair of the Board of Directors, Youth Projects

During the event Dr.Turkina will be supported by Associate Professor Joona Keranen, Dr Alena Golyagina and Apurva Sharma.

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