The global coronavirus epidemic has become a trigger for long-overdue crises, so the current situation goes far beyond purely medical issues, strongly affecting the economy, politics, ethics, culture, etc. (and sometimes turning them upside down). The epidemic has already caused a global economic crisis, and now the outlines of a global political crisis are emerging.
It’s time to take a look at the world as it will be after the coronavirus. After all, this is the only way to see both new opportunities and deadlocks to beware of.
We talked about:
– inevitable trends that manifested themselves in the crisis,
– large forks on which the world stands, not yet chosen the path of its development,
– geopolitical changes,
– broader context: the great transition of civilization, part of which is the current crisis.
The speaker of the webinar was Valery Pekar, a teacher at the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School.
The webinar was organized in preparation for the first in Ukraine B2B furniture exhibition of international scale FUBE-2020.
Organizers of the exhibition: Euroindex and Ukrainian Association of Furniture Manufacturers.
Let’s create and promote the global brand FURNITURE OF UKRAINE together!