Ivdad Ahmed Khan Attends ‘Reimagining Jobs After Covid-19’ Webinar as Guest Speaker

LightCastle Analytics Wing
September 3, 2020
Ivdad Ahmed Khan Attends ‘Reimagining Jobs After Covid-19’ Webinar as Guest Speaker

Ivdad Ahmed Khan Mojlish, Managing Director, LightCastle Partners, recently took part in a webinar titled, “Reimagining Jobs After Covid-19” to provide invaluable insights along with key recommendations to overcome and manage the abrupt change in the demand for jobs and skills in our pandemic struck the economy. He was joined by other guests who also helped shed light on the contemporary issue to the audience.

Reimagining job in the post-pandemic era

The virtual discussion took place on September 3, 2020, and was based on providing guidance to the current and upcoming crop of workers and youth to help withstand the post-COVID era, which is bound to be one of the most challenging phases for the global economy. The esteemed panel earmarked the importance of successfully honing both entrepreneurial and job-relevant skills, which are needed now more than ever.

The event is part of a month-long program titled “Future of Work Post COVID 19: Building a sustainable post-pandemic future for the youth”. This campaign is organized by the EMK Center, University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh, and The Business Standard.

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