UNDRR Announces New ARISE Global Board Members, DRI President Chloe Demrovsky to Serve For Three-Year Term
New York, NY, June 24, 2020 -- The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction’s (UNDRR) private sector alliance, ARISE, has announced the lat ... Continue Reading
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Top Risks To Consider Before We Return To Work
"I’ve been having interesting conversations with members of the risk and resilience community on managing return-to-work issues as we start to plan for the end of the Covid-19 crisis. While we now know that much work can be done from home, few leaders want to stay fully remote. According to PwC, three days per week in the office is emerging as the optimal setup. To get there safely, here are some risks to consider."
CAN DO Innovation Summit Receives 1400 Virtual Visitors
Highlights from the day include keynote talks from .... Chloe Demrovsky, the youngest and first female chief executive to oversee and expand the Disaster Recovery Institute’s international network; Dyan Finkhousen, founder and CEO of Shoshin Works in the US and John Reid, CEO of the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS).
CAN DO Innovation Summit | Resilience, Sustainability, and Inclusivity
In her presentation, Chloe Demrovsky from Disaster Recovery Institute warned that one of the greatest lessons of the pandemic was how unprepared the world was, despite all the warning signs and near misses over the past few decades. As such, all players in the global economy need to be prepared for the potential shocks and catastrophes the world is facing.
Scotland's national innovation summit names winning SMEs
This year’s CAN DO Innovation Summit, a headline event of the VentureFest Scotland festival of innovation, will feature a speaker line-up of more than 40 multi-sector SMEs and a range of innovation support agencies, across 12 industry-led panel sessions.
Firms secure place on CAN DO Innovation Summit
Others addressing the event are Chloe Demrovsky, the youngest and first female chief executive to oversee and expand the Disaster Recovery Institute’s international network and Dyan Finkhousen, founder and CEO of Shoshin Works in the US.