[Webinar] Near-term disruptions should not derail the post-pandemic industrial recovery

Topic: Renewed containment measures and recent supply-chain disruptions will weigh on the start of 2021, but activity should still more than make up for the losses incurred in 2020. As vaccination programmes gather pace, restrictions on movement and businesses should lessen, diverting more demand towards the service-side of the economy and reducing momentum for manufactured goods. But the recovery on the capex side will be more prolonged as firms prioritise repairing cashflows over new capital until the recovery solidifies.

We will be repeating the same webinar to cater for the difference in time zones between APAC, EMEA and the Americas:

  • APAC - Thursday 11th March | 10:00 HKT
  • EMEA - Thursday 11th March | 10:00 GMT
  • Americas - Friday 12th March | 16:00 EST

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Jeremy Leonard |Director of Global Industry Services

Jeremy Leonard is responsible for overseeing the work of the industry forecasting team and managing the operation and output of Oxford Economics’ 74-country, 100-sector Global Industry Model as well as related consultancy work. Jeremy’s knowledge and past experience span a broad range, including competitiveness and offshoring/reshoring, commodity price modelling, and applied economic research on sectors ranging from biotech to heavy manufacturing to telecoms.

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Chloe Parkins |Economist

Chloe is an Economist on the industry team, where she works on various consulting projects and forecasts the mechanical engineering sector. Chloe first joined Oxford Economics in July 2013 as part of a 12-month internship, working primarily on the data team, but also gaining experience as an assistant economist forecasting numerous countries such as Bulgaria.

 

Topics: Industry, Past Webinar