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Webinar: Randall & Payne provide guide for consumer industry

Businesses should not let themselves be defined by the problems of the coronavirus pandemic according to Randall & Payne partner Will Abbott.

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 Abbott and business consultant Paul Drabble explore a five-stage plan to help and support businesses, particularly in the food and drink, retail and leisure sectors.

Mr Abbott said: "We know this is a sector that's facing a huge amount of challenges at the moment.

"But I think it applies to everyone in business that it is important to take a step back, catch a breath and recognise that the pandemic does not define who you are as a business person.

"If you can get over that thinking, that will open up your thought processes and help you move forward a lot easier.

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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