Reinventing Your Business Now and For The Future

Topic Synopisis:

The majority of businesses are being negatively impacted during this coronavirus lockdown. Many have been able to adapt to keep some income coming in but many have not been able to. While the situation seems daunting when you look at history you would see that the businesses that adapt the best during times of crisis are the one that come out smelling like roses in the long term. That’s because crises tend to create permanent changes in the marketplace. So permanent, not just temporary, changes are necessary. During this discussion, we will explore the changes in the market now and for the future and how you can best adapt to capitalize on the opportunities.

Key Topics:
A historic look at the business opportunities crisis have created
What consumer behaviors are being affected by the lockdown
Business model changes to make now and for the future

About Robert Fukui:

Born in Hilo, Hawaii, Robert’s family later moved to San Jose, CA where he grew up and went to school. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in business-marketing from San Jose State University in 1993, he has spent the last 20 years in sales and marketing for corporations such as Coca-Cola, Novartis Pharmaceutical and Bristol-Myers Squibb. Over the length of his career, he has enjoyed great success with numerous regional and national awards for sales and marketing success.

After thinking about his strengths and passion, he realized it would be a natural transition to be a marketing consultant for both for-profit and non-profits organizations. His education and experience has positioned him to bring big thinking strategy and implementation to organizations of any size.


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