Business Recovery Series: Strategies to re-open your business & enabling remote work
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The way we work has changed. COVID-19 has accelerated the need for many businesses to adopt virtual work solutions. Big and small, organizations of all sizes are embracing work from home as a new norm, which will become a fundamental change to the future of our business environment.
TELUS' world-class Work Styles program, which was introduced over ten years ago, has now enabled 95 per cent of TELUS team members to work remotely. Join us for exclusive insights and best practices on how to safely and successfully re-open and reinvent your business.
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President & CEO, Greater Vancouver Board of Trade
Business Recovery Series Events:
- June 25: Strategies to re-open your business & enabling remote work
- July 16: Immersive Training Simulations
- July 23: How Capacity Conversations Can Help You Survive and Thrive
About the speaker:
With more than 25 years of experience in information technology and telecommunications, Marshall leads the TELUS Business Product team, accountable for the market strategy, product development and B2B systems roadmap to drive the end-to-end strategy for integrated solutions supporting TELUS' small, medium and enterprise business customers. Passionate about giving back to his community, Marshall co-developed the TELUS Vancouver Island community investment strategy and is a current member of the TELUS Victoria Community Board, where he has been instrumental in the development of Jeneece Place, a temporary home where families can stay while their children are receiving medical care in Victoria