Seminar Materials: Virtual Eggs & Issues - Reinventing Businesses During COVID-19

June 11, 2020

On June 10, Verrill partner Jim Cohen, current board president of the Portland Community Chamber of Commerce, moderated the Chamber’s monthly Eggs & Issues business forum -- which once again was held “virtually.” This month’s forum was entitled “Reinventing Businesses During COVID-19” and included CEOs from three of Maine's most recognizable companies:

The panel brought insight on how their organizations are reinventing themselves the COVID-19 economy, from pivots in production, to remodeling distribution, to managing remote employees.

To view the full Portland Chamber Eggs & Issues webinar recording, click here.

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