This webinar is comprised of three panels and a spotlight interview. Bringing together association executives from the national chambers of commerce, largest retail, world travel and tourism, and the hospitality industries to share insights into the new norm and what the future may hold.
Panel #1: Helping North America’s Businesses Combat Crisis: A National Chamber of Commerce Leadership Discussion
Representing more than 3.2 million businesses combined, the U.S. Chamber and Canadian Chamber of Commerce are the largest and most influential business associations in North America. Each entity will share what they’re doing to serve members, help businesses endure financial hardships, and ensure all return to work in a safe and sustainable way.
Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Senior Vice President, Chamber Network Relations & Advocacy
Canadian Chamber of Commerce
Panel #2: The Revival of Retail: Executives of the Largest Retail Associations Discuss the Future
Executives of two of the largest retail industry associations in the world discuss how the industry has responded to recent challenges, and how their associations are serving members and bringing communities together to address serious issues and bolster economies.
President and CEO
National Retail Federation
Spotlight Interview: Setting Global Protocols for the New Normal: Spotlight Interview with World Travel & Tourism Council
The World Travel and Tourism Council represents the global private sector of travel and tourism and works with governments to raise awareness about the industry and ensure the sector is seamless, secure, safe, inclusive and sustainable. Learn how this association is leading the crisis readiness, resilience, and sustainability efforts of the entire travel industry.
Commercial Vice President
World Travel and Tourism Council
Panel #3: Reopening and Recovery of the Hospitality Industry: Industry Associations Share Strategies for Member Engagement, Resilience
The hospitality industry has suffered the most significant sales and job losses since the COVID-19 outbreak began. Associations in this sector have been challenged to ensure their members have the latest and best information and industry-specific guidance to allow for a safe reopening. Here’s how two industries are ensuring members are prepared for life after lockdown.
Executive Vice President
Council of State Restaurant Associations