COVID-19: SPECIAL DIGITAL EDITION
Welcome inside the interactive, digital version of PROSPER Magazine!
As the region's longest-running business publication, PROSPER brings you news, views, insights and information from the Black Country and beyond and is read by key business leaders.
During the Coronavirus lockdown period, we will be releasing a selection of special digital editions to ensure readers are provided with the very latest news, information and insights.
In this edition, we'll be looking at how the Black Country business community are working together to get through difficult times and hearing from local experts with the most useful advice.
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CONTENTS | INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
FURLOUGHED STAFF - THE LATEST
We look at the latest information available from Chancellor, Rishi Sunak.
Q2 ECONOMIC SURVEY
Chamber Policy Manager, Matthew Lowe asks local businesses for their support to complete the latest Economic Survey Questionnaire.
BLACK COUNTRY BUSINESS HEROES
We celebrate the Black Country Businesses that have gone the extra mile to provide support and innovation during the COVID-19 crisis.
CHAMBER EVENTS CALENDAR
Keep up-to-date with all of our forthcoming events.
NEWS IN BRIEF
Five pages featuring the latest news and information from Black Country businesses.
APPRENTICE IS THE KEY TO VENTILATOR PUSH
Key Precision is playing a key role in manufacturing over 150,000 critical parts for the NHS and apprentice, Jacob Benton is working around the clock to make it happen.
APPRENTICES AND COVID-19
Prosper spoke to the team at FE News, the education and employability news channel for the future of education, and asked how the future of apprenticeships and learning may look?.
SUPPLY CHAIN FRAGILITY POST COVID-19
Prosper spoke to Professor Alex de Ruyter, Director, Centre for Brexit Studies and asked for an insight into what lies ahead for the West Midlands supply chains.
HAS CORONAVIRUS CHANGED THE FUTURE OF WORK?
Working from home during lockdown has meant more family stress, more housework, more childcare and more juggling for some, but will it end after lockdown?