Managing Your Image During A Crisis

AGB Webinar Managing Your Image During Crisis

Corporations have been presented with a unique opportunity to change and/or bolster their public image amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Many companies are taking this opportunity to give back to their local communities in a genuine and relevant way. Whilst others are using the downtime to open up lines of communication with their customers and stakeholders in ways they have never before.

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