4 Ways to Ensure Business Continuity After COVID-19

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Discover how the finance team at edX is navigating the return to work and get top tips to set your team up for success in the next quarter.

It’s finally happening

After over a year of working from the kitchen table, embracing pajama pants as business casual, and asking “can everyone see my screen?” more times than anyone can count, the business world is starting to open up. 

While it’s exciting to return to physical office spaces, in-person activities, and even some business travel, many questions remain about what exactly the return to work will look like for finance teams – and how it will change over time. 

Join the webinar to hear the steps the finance team at edX is taking to guide their team’s return to work and ensure long-term business continuity. Attendees of the live webinar are eligible for 1 CPE credit.*

Learning Objectives:

*Only attendees who join the live webinar for at least 50 minutes are eligible for CPE credit. Those who join live for less than 50 minutes or watch the webinar on-demand will not receive CPE credit.

CPE Details

  • CPE Credit: 1.0 Credit
  • Field of Study: Finance
  • Prerequisites: None. No advanced preparation needed.
  • Program Level: Basic
  • Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Featured Speakers

Peter Nesbitt

VP Finance, Teampay

Molly Dower

Accounting Manager, edX

Kara King

Staff Accountant edX

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