Since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic, WLB has been regularly convening a range of experts to address the various issues confronting business in West London. ‘Talk at Ten’ webcasts bring WLB CEO Andrew Dakers and guests together in our virtual studio to tackle the toughest topics of our time.

By popular demand, we’re now opening up our archive of the first five episodes ‘Talk at Ten’ for FREE viewing.

EPISODE 1: HR & People
Hear from HR professionals, as well as businesses in the manufacturing and events sectors, on the challenges of managing significant business change. Play >>

EPISODE 2: Public Sector Emergency Response
We discuss the Local authority, parliamentary, NHS and Police response to coronavirus in West London. Play >>

EPISODE 3: Finance
The third West London Business ‘Talk at Ten’ looks at financing your business through Coronavirus. Play >>

EPISODE 4: Leading & Coaching Virtual Teams
We look at the challenges and opportunities of home-working through the Coronvirus pandemic. Play >>

EPISODE 5: The Food Industry Response
We explore how food businesses – including those based in and around Park Royal – are adapting to the latest challenges. Play >>

Tuesday 7 April, 10am: West London Webcast ‘Talk at Ten’: Coronavirus – How your business can support the West London community
In this programme we will be looking at the various actions taken by businesses in West London and beyond – and how you can get involved. Register for the webcast: just £9 for WLB members* and £14 for non-members. BOOK NOW


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