The COVID-19 outbreak has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, causing huge impact on people's lives, families and communities.
In Singapore, the Circuit Breaker measure introduced by the government has been extended to 1 June 2020 to contain the outbreak, and three COVID-19 support packages has been announced to help businesses and individuals through these times.
As international and local responses continue to develop, we know that organisations are facing several potentially significant challenges to which they need to respond rapidly - here’s how organisations can focus their efforts to strengthen their business resilience.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve. Now’s the time to shift focus to efforts that support returning to work and restarting operations, while addressing needed changes in the months ahead.
In Singapore, the Circuit Breaker has lifted and the fourth round for COVID-19 support budget measures has been announced, aimed at helping businesses adapt to the changing environment.
As organisations begin to make that shift, from mobilising during this time, to stabilising in the new environment and strategising for what’s next - here’s how organisations can focus their efforts.
Focusing on transforming businesses through digital adoption and workforce resilience, hear from our experts, Ng Siew Quan, Tan Ching Ne, and Abhijit Ghosh and their Fortitude Budget views in this rapid-fire dialogue.
PwC is tracking sentiment and priorities about the COVID-19 outbreak among finance leaders. Here's a closer look at our latest insights.
Our digital tool contains 3 sections of questions that will help you understand where your company stands as you respond to COVID-19 in the areas of crisis management and response, workforce, operations and supply chain, finance and liquidity, tax and trade, and last but not least, strategy and brand.
Managing Director, Business Continuity and Resilience, PwC Singapore
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