What’s Next For The Economy And Construction?

What’s Next For The Economy And Construction?

The ECA is set to partner with the CBI to deliver a webinar on the future of the economy and construction industry.

On Thursday July 2 at 11am, panellists will offer a wider perspective on economic output within the UK, political direction on COVID-19 and the economy, insight into the likely impact this will have on the business community, and more.

The panel will include: Megan Bulford, head of economic analysis, CBI and Rob Driscoll, director of business and legal, ECA.

“We’re delighted to be teaming up with CBI to discuss a range of key economic, political and business issues facing the construction industry. The webinar will give participants insight on the core challenges and opportunities facing our sector and the economy as businesses seek to recover from the pandemic and lockdown,” says Driscoll

“Businesses and governments around the world are facing unprecedented times. And with the UK now in its deepest recession on record, getting the recovery right will be critical to protect jobs and the survival of many firms. We are delighted to bring insights from business and government to provide a wider perspective on the economic outlook, both in the immediate and the longer term,” adds Bulford.

To register for this webinar, please click here.

All attendees will be able to submit their questions for the panellists during the webinar. They will endeavour to respond to as many as possible in the allotted timeframe.

A full recording of the webinar will be available to replay after the event on ECA’s YouTube channel, at www.youtube.com/ecalive, where previous ECA webinars, including the full ECA Coronavirus Impact series, are also available to watch on-demand.

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