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Webinar: Randall & Payne explore future of consumer industry

The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated change in business - creating problems and opportunities according to consultant Paul Drabble.

To help negotiate the issues facing businesses and take advantages of those opportunities, Randall & Payne is hosting the latest in a series of webinars on February 25 (12.30-1.30pm).

The event, entitled 'What's ahead for the UK consumer goods industry - 2021 and beyond', will see Mr Drabble and Randall & Payne partner Will Abbott explore a five-stage plan to help and support businesses, particularly in the food and drink, retail and leisure sectors.

Mr Drabble, who has 25 years of experience, said: "The impact of Covid has changed every aspect of consumer life. I call it a lifestyle eco change - we've seen 10 years change in as many months.

"As we come out of this with, hopefully, light at the end of the tunnel, businesses have to think differently about how they grow their business profitably.

"The five-stage plan covers the help and support for business in these sectors."

The webinar will explore the opportunities which changes in the high street will create, plus how to find the right investment, how to compete in the new-look marketplace, creating an effective operating model and minimising risk.

To register for the February 25 webinar, visit Randall-payne.co.uk/events-list or Eventbrite.

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