HAVE YOUR SAY: What does the ‘new normal’ look like for your business?

| September 1, 2021

While Australia initially escaped the worst of COVID-19, the Delta variant has forced a new wave of lockdowns and hampered economic recovery.

The Australian economy is still expected to bounce back strongly once restrictions are lifted, but the immediate outlook is less certain. Significant public debts have been accrued, and broader questions around supply chain resilience, workforce requirements, opportunity and innovation remain.

In conjunction with First 5000’s parent company, Global Access Partners, and its Annual Summit, we will explore the New Normal and will focus on ideas about how to build the workforce Australia needs to support its recovery efforts in order to encourage sustained and inclusive economic growth.

As part of the initiative we invite you to have your say about what changes you have made to your business as a result of COVID-19 and what you think the broader future is for Australian companies.

What does the ‘new normal’ look like for your business?

Post a comment on First 5000 – Have your Say on LinkedIn today or email editor@first5000.com.au with your story.

For inspiration, here’s some blog posts on the topic.

Venture capital helps large corporations’ love-hate relationship with startups – First 5000
The 6 considerations to make hybrid work, work – Colin D Ellis
Crisis and Opportunity. What will your ‘New Normal’ look like? – Bronwyn Reid

For those of you who have followed First 5000 for some time we asked a similar question in May 2020. If you’d like to see what businesses were saying at the start of the pandemic go to our list of blogs at: HAVE YOUR SAY: How is your business going to do things differently post COVID-19?