“I started my company to create big impact in the world and to prove that companies can profit with purpose. Working with inspiring, creative people fuels my passion. Tackling pressing societal issues makes me feel I am making a difference,” he says.
“I still put a lot of emphasis on having quality in-person time when it’s called for, but we’re seeing a lot of success with this hybrid way of conducting business,” says Gil Allouche
“We’re still human and we still love to shake a hand and talk to someone face-to- face as opposed to staring at someone on a laptop screen that exhausts our eyes,” says Sarah Sal
“When I have the opportunity to speak in public, I try to be as straightforward as possible and bring different points of view and new ways of looking at things,’ says Omar Odino
“The drive to innovate and solve problems for our customers, and create value for our stakeholders, while creating a positive workplace that creates opportunities for our staff keeps me going,” says Nate Burke
“I find that digital events have been more of a time waste for me than a benefit,” says Miranda Imperi
“Digital events are a great opportunity to connect people all over the world. However, it is sometimes a challenge to engage people. The dynamics and interactions need to be adapted to online. The activities that work well in the live events won’t have the same result online,” says Luis Bueno
“The pandemic has influenced me personally in my way of working and how I go about building relationships with employees and managers,” she says
“I think the world is ready for in-person events. We now have vaccines and we learned how to deal with the pandemic. We also need to collaborate with the economy recovery and general resilience. I prefer and support in-person events because we need them”, he says.