Coronavirus has put an unimaginable strain, not just on the national economy but on industries across the world.
As we start to emerge from lockdown and begin to restart society it is only natural we look at what the future has in store.
In 2019 it was believed Brexit was the biggest threat facing businesses in the immediate future.
And in September Graeme Roy, professor at the Fraser of Allander Institute (FAI) and Deloitte’s Debapratim De spoke about the economic forecast and challenges ahead. But with the UK still set to leave the EU at the end of the year, while also recovering from a worldwide pandemic, what is the economic forecast now and what can businesses be doing to adequately prepare?
Nine months on, both economists will share with Press and Journal viewers their predictions for what lies ahead in a virtual business breakfast on June 24.
Mr Roy is head of economics and director of the FAI at Strathclyde University.
Mr De is a senior manager at Deloitte.
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