A Catalyst for change as businesses deal with Covid-19 crisis

In response to the challenges facing the food and wine sector, Ireland’s first online sustainable development programme was conceived and delivered within three months

24th October, 2020
A Catalyst for change as businesses deal with Covid-19 crisis
The Optimisation programme helps companies use the new reality period of Covid-19 not as a challenge, but as an opportunity to develop and grow

Pivot has been a significantly utilised word in 2020 and when the South East’s Food, Drink & Life Sciences Innovation was confronted with the challenges of Covid-19, the project had to dig deep and utilise its very reason for being to remain relevant in transition from physical to digital.

The project transitioned to digital through a startling metamorphosis which resulted in the delivery of Optimisation, Ireland’s first online sustainable development programme, which was conceived...

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