New Economy Conversations with Andrew Browne

The Big “Bounce-Back”

February 23, 10 am ET

As the Covid-19 vaccine rollout gathers pace, the stage is set for a global economic bounce-back in the second half of 2021. Will pent-up demand for shopping save the high street, or turbocharge the ascendancy of Amazon, Shopify and DoorDash? Which consumer trends that emerged during lockdown are here to stay? Can business travel recover the momentum lost to Zoom and Slack? Does Big Oil have a future? Is space really the new investment frontier, or just one of the investment fads and fashions of the Covid-19 lockdown? And having beaten the pandemic early, is Asia permanently on top, or will investors discover new value in a Europe that’s betting on a greener future?

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Featuring

Sarah Chen

Sarah Chen

Co-Founder and Managing Partner Beyond the Billion & The Billion Dollar Fund for Women
Brian Elliott

Brian Elliott

Vice President, Future Forum Slack
Fred Hu

Fred Hu

Founder and Chairman Primavera Capital Group
Leigh Radford

Leigh Radford

Senior Vice President and General Manager P&G Ventures
Martin Shanahan

Martin Shanahan

Chief Executive Officer IDA Ireland
Andrew Browne

Andrew Browne

Editorial Director Bloomberg New Economy

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