April 2, 2020

Your Conference May Be Canceled, but Here’s How to Host a Digital Webinar Instead

As everything goes online, turn the videoconferencing revolution into a marketing tool.

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As offices shut down, conferences postpone, and workers confine themselves to their homes, everything is moving online in the age of COVID-19. Unfortunately, nobody can say what the future holds for major conferences and gatherings. That said, there’s no time like the present to learn how to host and manage webinars. Whether you’re looking for a digital substitute to a corporate conference or you’d just like to connect with a few more people in your industry, The Webinar Marketing Mastery Beginner to Pro Overnight Course has you covered.

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The upside of trade-offs

In October 2019, Salesforce CEO Mark Benioff declared capitalism was dead in a New York Times op-ed. Earlier in the year, Larry Fink, chairman of BlackRock, caused a seismic stir in a letter to chief executives demanding that companies pursue purpose. In August 2019, CEOs of 181 companies in the Business Roundtable rejected the idea of shareholder primacy in favor of creating value for all stakeholders. Today, increasingly, corporations are being asked, pressured, forced, encouraged, regulated, and coaxed to consider a broader set of stakeholders in their business calculations.

The 2008 financial crisis focused attention on the ways in which corporations have wide-ranging effects on society. Climate change has attuned people to the potentially toxic effects of corporate policies. The global supply chain is more visible than ever before. Consumers are increasingly conscientious about their buying habits.

Further, in the current political environment, people are turning to corporations to pursue

Covid-19: Supply of pulses to ease soon as Nafed ties up with dal mills

The supply of pulses is likely to improve in the next one week as the government has taken a series of steps to smoothen processes across entire value chain. So far, dall mills have been complaining of a squeeze due to the closure of mandis, labour shortage and unavailability of transport facilities, following the 21-day

Dal mills are currently operating at less than 40 per cent of their installed capacities due to the shortage of raw materials, as supply of whole-grain pulses deteriorated due to the closure of agricultural mandis across the country. The sudden announcement of the has brought transportation of all essential and non-essential commodities to a halt. While intermittent transportation continues with permission from the local authorities, mathadis, truckers and others involved in the supply value chain remained apprehensive, resulting in massive disruptions in pulse supplies.