The Covid-19 outbreak and its consequences have generated new consumer trends, as most people are now living and buying differently. Consumers are looking at products and services through new lenses, being much more mindful about their spending and time while also reconsidering values and priorities. As a result, businesses need to adapt, including at the supply chain and operational level. While the Cambodian economy has been deeply affected by Covid-19, understanding new consumption and social trends as well as their durability over time is a key factor for businesses to recover and continue growing.
To discuss the topic, EuroCham will be hosting the live webinar Consumption and social behaviour during COVID-19 on 5th August, at 3pm. In this webinar, our expert speakers will be describing how Covid-19 has shaped new behaviours and whether some changes can already be observed between the peak of the crisis and a few months later.
The webinar is limited to 100 live participants only. Please make sure to register early to guarantee your spot!
Francis Palomares JR, General Manager of Indochina Research (Cambodia)
Francis is a graduate of Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication Major in Communication Research from the University of the Philippines. He is a solid researcher with 21 years of market and social research experience in Asia Pacific and South America, largely in the ASEAN, Greater China and North Asia regions. Francis is an experienced research partner who has done a large number of research assignments involving sampling, survey design, quality control, data analysis, and report writing for Quantitative (both offline and online), Qualitative, Retail Audit, Home Panel and Neuroscience studies. His category experience spans to various sectors such as telecommunications, real estate, FMCGs, finance and banking, luxury, gaming and leisure, automotive, media, social work, among others.
Moderator - Mr. Tom Hesketh, Business Services Manager at EuroCham
Tom is the Services Manager at the European Chamber of Commerce. Here, he manages the Services Department in the implementation of advisory projects that assist institutions and companies either invest in, expand or establish their operations in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Prior to EuroCham, Tom was a Consultant at Emerging Markets Consulting (EMC), providing advisory services across multiple ASEAN countries. Before this, Tom worked as a Business Management Graduate Scheme entrant for BT Group Plc., and at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals as a Regulatory Strategist at the firms UK headquarters.
- Date: 05 August 2020 (Wednesday)
- Time: 3:00 pm Phnom Penh (GMT+7)
- Free of Charge